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THE 



American Library Annual 



1911—1912 



INCLUDING INDEX TO DATES OF CURRENT EVENTS; 
NECROLOGY OF WRITERS; BIBLIOGRAPHIES; STA- 
TISTICS OF BOOK PRODUCTION; SELECT LISTS OF 
LIBRARIES; DIRECTORIES OF PUBLISHERS AND BOOK- 
SELLERS; LIST OF PRIVATE COLLECTORS OF BOOKS, 
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The Ameiucan Libbasy Annual for 1911-12 is the first of a new series, succeeding the 
Annual Libkasy Index, 1905-1910, and the previous Annual Liteilary Index, 1892-1904. The 
leading feature of the previous series, the index to periodical literature, is here replaced by the 
Index to dates of current events, forming an index to the newspaper press for 191 1, a develop- 
ment from the Index to dates long a minor feature of the preceding volumes and from the Index 
to current events, a feature of the Readers Guide for two years past. Blank colunms are left to 
permit the insertion by libraries and newspapers offices of entries of local or special events, so that 
the volume may furnish a permanent index to events both of general and local interest. The 
present index includes the material given in the Readers Guide for 191 1, brought down to the end 
of that year, with some additional material, and it will be supplemented by a periodical pubHcation 
of a monthly Index to Dates of Cuxsent Events, cumulated each three months. This new 
enterprise is in answer to the demand for an index to the daily press, useful alike in hl)raries and 
newspaper offices and to the man of affairs. The index to periodical literature and that to com- 
posite books, will be continued in the Readers Guides with its annual cumulated volume, which to 
that extent replaces the series preceding this Amebican Libkasy Annual. 

The necrology of writers and the list of bibliographies for the year, will continue to be 
features of this annual volume, in which is now included some valuable descriptive and statistical 
material regarding book production in the year and decade. 

Schedules of periodicals and organizations in the library, book trade, and kindred fields are 

entirely new features. The select list of libraries in the United States and Canada has been much 

extended, and to it is added a list of leading libraries'' of ^ Iho n^osld .above roo,pco volumes. A list 

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of private book collectors, verified and extended, is again Included in thtf 'tfnaual publication. A full 

directoryof publishers issuing books in the previous year, rwi^hi^^aun^her'of books issued by eachi 

is a new feature, and this is complemented by the direct9iy.of'.book&el}ers.in the United States. 

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Libkasy Annual which shall include various information useful or interesting throughout the 

library field and to all who have to do with the making and distribution of books. The editor 

will welcome suggestions for new features and will be grateful for corrections and extensions of 

the several lists already included. 

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CONTENTS 



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Index to Dates of Current Events in 191 i 1-70 

Necrology of Writers Deceasea) in 191 i 71-81 

Bibliographies Pubushed in 191 i 83-103 

The Year in Books 105-124 

Periodicals 125-132 

Organizations 133-146 

Select List of Libraries in the United States and Canada 147-183 

Leading Libraries of the World 185-193 

Private Book Collectors 195-220 

Directory of Pubushers 221-235 

Directory of Booksellers 237-325 



INDEX TO DATES 



OF CURRENT EVENTS IN I9II 



INDEX TO DATES 

OF CURRENT EVENTS IN I9II 

The following newspapers are used as a basis in compiling the index: San Francisco Bulletin; Chicago Daily 
Tribune; Boston Christian Science Monitor; New York Tribune; New York Times; Spokane Spokesman- Review; 
Minneapolis Journal; Cincinnati Enquirer; Dallas News and the London Times. Also a large number of supple- 
mentary soujtres. particularly: the OutUx^; Independent; Review of Reviews; and Literary Digest, 

The date given is that when the event occurred, not that of the notice of it in the press. In generai there- 
fore events should be sought in daily papers of the day following the date given. 

Entries for individuals are made in Black Face type; general subject heaidings and sub-heads in small- 
caps; geographical sub-heads in italics. 

A colon after initial designates the most usual given name, as: A: Augustus; B: Benjamin; C: Charles; 
D: David; E: Edward; F: Frederick; G: George; H: Henry; I: Isaac; J: John; L: Louis; N: Nicholas; P: Peter; 
R: Richard; S: Samuel; T: Thomas; W: William. 



Abbey, Edwin Austin. English painter b. 1852. 

d. Ag I 

Abraham, Abraham, dry goods merchant, b. 

1843. d. Je 28 

Absinth. Importation prohibited after Jan. i. 

D 14 
Abyssinia. 

politics and government. 

Lidji Jeason, Menelik's grandson, proclaimed 
emperor. My 15 

Accidents. 
See Ballooning, Coal mines and mining, 
Mine accidents, Railroads, Aviation. 

Adams, G: Bethtme, jurist, b. 1845. d. O ic 

Adams, J: Quincy. Presb. clergyman, b. 1848. 

d. Ja 14 
Adler, Hermann. English rabbi, b. 1839. d.Jli8 
Aerial postal service. 

England. 
Inaugurated. S 9 

United States. 

First aerial mail carried by E. L. Ovington in 
B16riot, Garden City to Mineola, L. I. S 23 

£. Ovington authorized to carry mail from New 
York to Los Angeles. O 2 

Aeronautical Society. At first annual dinner at 
Hotel Astor, presents Hon. W: R. Hearst with 
medal for service to aeronautics. Ap 27 

Aeronautics, military. Experiment of M. S. 
Crissy and P. Parmalee in Wright biplane 
proves bomb dropped 475 feet effective withi.i 
radius of 70 yards. Ja 15 

C: K. Hamilton and R. Garros volunteer as 
aerial scouts for U. S. army at Juarez. F 5 

First military flight in aeroplane by H. Harkness, 
Ft. Rosecrans to Tia Juana and return, 56 
min. F 7 



AMERICAN LIBRARY ANNUAL 



Aeronautics, military. Glenn Curtiss tests 
hydro-aeroplane by flying from deck of Penn- 
sylvania, alighting on and fl)ring from water. 

F 17 

Aeroplanes first used in German army maneuvers 

at Altona. S 25 

First flight in actual warfare, made over Turkish 

army by Italian aviators Piazza and Moiza, 

45 min. O 22 

iETNA, Mt. See Etna, Mt. 

Ahmed Arabi Pasha, b. 1841. d.S 21 

Aiken, C: Sedgwick, editor, b. 1863. d Ja 6 

Ailesbuiy, H: A: Brudenell-Bruce. Eng. mar- 
quess, b. 1842. d. Mr 10 

Aird, J: Eng. baronet, b. 1833. d. Ja 6 

Aked, Rev. C: F: Resigned as pastor Fifth Ave. 
Baptist Church New York, to accept San 
Francisco call. Mr 5 

Alaska coal lands. Seven persons at Detroit 
indicted for conspiracy to defraud U. S. of 
48,000 A. Mr 6 

Nine men indicted, Chicago, for conspiracy to 
obtain title by fraud to over 10,000 A. Mr 16 

Government fails at Seattle in attempt to punish 
alleged frauds. Ap 3 

Enraged at government's delay, 300 business men 
and citizens throw British Columbia coal from 
dock of Alaska Steamship Co., into bay of 
Cordova. My 4 

Government appeals to Supreme Court from order 
of federal court of Washington quashing 
" Stracey group indictment." My 11 

Supreme Court decides one person or association 
is limited to one coal land entry^ D 4 

Albania. Albanians win in revolt against Turkey, 
secure 12 concessions. Agi6 

Albro, AddiSy M. £. clergyman, b. 1855. d. O 15 

Alexander, S: Eng. prof. b. 1858. d. N 29 

Alexander, Most Rev. W: Archbp. of Armagh, 
b. 1824. d. S 12 

Allen, Amos Lawrence, congressman, b. 1837. 

d. F 20 
Allen, Ethan, lawyer, b. 1832. d. D 7 

Alsace-Lorraine. Constitution providing for 
two elective chambers drafted in German 
Bundesrath. D 16 

Reichstag commission amends draft by sub- 
stituting for Emperor as executive a regent 
nominated by Emperor on proposal of Bundes- 
rath, holding office for life, removable by 
Bundesrath. F 15 

Alsace-Lorraine not to be autonomous federal 
state. Mr 8 

Reichstag conmiittee reconmiends bill providing 
constitution. My 19 

Reichstag passes second reading of bill. My 23 

Reichstag adopts constitution. Je 9 

Amer. Association for Advancement of Science. 
Meets in Minneapolis. D 27-30, '10 

Amer. Federation of Labor. 31st Annual con- 
vention, AUanta, Ga. N 13 
Resolution prohibiting any A. F. of L. officer 
from holding membership in National Civic 
Federatin, defeated. N 20 



INDEX TO DATES OF CURRENT EVENTS IN 1911 



Ames. Federation of Labor. Convention adopts 
policy of compulsory amalgamation. N 24 

Amer. Institute of Architects. 44th annual 
convention at San Francisco closed. Ja 19 

Amer. Mining Congress. Meets at Chicago. O24 

Amer. Museum of Natural History. Dr. H. C . 
Bumpus, director, resigns. Ja 20 

Amer. National Live Stock Association. 
See Live Stock Assooation. 

Amer. Peace Society. Meets at Washington. D 8 

Amer. Society for Judicial Settlement of 
International Disputes. Meets at Wash- 
ington. D IS, '10 

Amer. Sugar Refining Company. U. S. Attorney 
Wise enters suit to dissolve sugar trust. 

N 28, '10 
Supreme Court decides conspiracy under Sher- 
man law a continuing ofifense D 12, '10 

Amherst College. Pres. G. Harris resigns. N 16 

Ancaster, Gilbert H: Heafhcote-Drummond- 
WiUoiighby, istearlof. b. 1830. d. D 25,^10 

Andrade, Cipriano, rear-admiral U. S. N. b. 
1841. d. Je 19 

Anglo-Japanese treaty. See Treaties — 
Great Britain and Japan. 

Antarctic exploration. German expedition 

sails. My 4 

Australian expedition, under Dr. Mauson, sails 

from Hobart. D 2 

Appropriations. See United States — Appro- 
priations. 

Arabia. 

revolution. 

Turkish column routed, 1,000 killed. Je 17 

Arbrttation, International. British Foreign 
Secretary approves suggestion of Anglo-Ameri- 
can treaty. Mr 13 

German government declares Germany ready for 
arbritration agreement. Mr 15 

Denmark accepts invitation to appoint com- 
mission to promote arbitration. Mr 17 

Australian ministry's support of Anglo-Amer- 
ican proposals pledged. Mr 23 

See also Treaties. 

Archbald, Robt Wodrow. Appointed member of 
Commerce Court. D 12, '10 

Arizona. 

constitution. 

Proposed constitution signed by delegates. 

D 9/10 
Voters ratify it. F 10 

House debates on recall provision. My 19 

House resolution passes, admitting Arizona and 

New Mexico as states, without approving 

constitutions. My 23 

Statehood bill, amended to require Arizona vote 

on recall of judiciary, passes Senate. Ag 8 

House accepts Senate amendments. Ag 10 

Pres. vetoes bill. Ag 15 

Bill, without Arizona recall clause, with changes in 

New Mexico constitution, passes Senate. Ag 18 
Pres. signs bill. Ag 21 

elections. 

First State elections. D 12 



AMERICAN LIBRARY ANNUAL 



Anna^, Archbp. of. See Alexander, W: 

Army. See Germany— Army; U. S. — ^Army. 

Art, Swedish-American. Exhibit in Chicago. 

Mr II 
Ashley, £: F. M. D. b. 1881. d. Mr 31 

Ashmore, S. G. College prof. b. 1852. d My 22 

AsHOKAN RESERVOIR. Main dam completed. N 3 

Association of Amer. Uniyersities. Meets at 
Univ. of Chicago. O 26 

Athletics. 
See College athletics. 

Atterbury, Rev. W: W. b. 1866. d. Ag 6 

Atwill, Rev. £. Robt. Bp. Western Mo. b. 
1840. d. Ja 24 

Austria. 

parliament. 

Emperor opens Reichsrath. Jl 18 

Austria-Hungary. 

FOREIGN relations. 

See Great Britain — Foreign relations. 

Autographs. Letter of Luther sells for $25,000. 

My 3 
Automobiles. 

accidents. 

9 killed, 14 injured at race in State fair grounds 
at Syracuse, N. Y. S 16 

Aviation. Rens Baurier makes 16 mi. in 10.55} 

min., Memphis. D 7, '10 

Brunsuber carries 4 passengers at Johannesthal, 

Germany. D 7, '10 

Legagneux ascends 10,500 ft., world's record, 

Pau, France. D 9, '10 

H. Farman flies 8 hr. 13 min., Etampes, France. 

D 18, '10 
Legagneux flies 320.43 mi., world's record, Pau, 

France. D 20, '10 

Arch Hoxey ascends 11,474 ft., world's record, 

Los Angeles. D 26, '10 

M. Tabuteau flies 362.66 mi., 7 hr. 45 min., 

world's record, Bue, France. D 30, '10 

E. B. Ely flies 12 mi. to warship, lands and re- 
turns. Ja 18 

L: Breguet flies 31 mi., 34 min. 54 sec., world's 
record for monoplane with passenger. Ja 19 

Ph. O. Parmalee flies 3 hr. 39 min. 49} sec., 
record. Ja 22 

H: Weymann, with 3 men, flies 37 mi., i hr. 

Ja22 

R. Sommer takes 6 passengers, world's record 
for weight lifted and c^oss-country flight 
with passengers. Ja 26 

J. A. D.McCurdyfliesKey West, descends safely 
on water 10 mi. from Havana. Ja 30 

F. Coflyn ascends 800 ft., 13 min., at night, 
world's record. F 13 

R. G. Garros ascends 4,000 ft. at Mexico City. 

Mri 

Foulois, Parmalee and passenger fly 106 mi., 2 hr. 

10 min. Mr 3 

Lieut. E. Bagne crosses Mediterranean, record. 

Mrs 

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INDEX TO DATES OF CURRENT EVENTS IN 1911 



Aviation. E. Renaux and passenger fly 260 mi. 

to point 4i5oo high, 5 hr. 8 min., near Paris. 

Mr 7 
L: Breguet carries 11 for 3 mi., Donai, France. 

Mr 23 
R. Sommer carries 13 persons, weight 1436 lb., 

Mouzon, France. Mr 24 

P. Prier flies 290 mi., 4 hrs. 8 min., record. Ap 12 
P. Vedrine flies 500 mi., 6 hr. 55 min., $4,000 

prize. Ap 24 

P. Vedrine flies Paris to Madrid, 721 mi., 37 hr. 

27 min. My 26 

A. Beatmiont wins race Rome to Paris, $20,000 

prize. My 31 

Nieuport flies 91 mi. at 81 mi. an hr., world's 

record sustained speed. Je 16 

L. Beachey flies under Niagara steel bridge. Je 2 7 
Beaumont wins 1,000 mi. international, Vin- 

cennes. Jl 7 

Olsclogers flies 388 mi. without stop, Brussels. 

JI17 
Beaumont wins, loio mi. race, $50,000 prize. 

Great Britain. Jl 26 

St. C. Johnstone flies four hours, endurance 

record, Mineola, N. Y. Jl 27 

L. Beachev wins New York-Philadelphia race, 

2 hr. 22t sec. Ag 5 

Vedrines flies 496.8 mi., 7 hr., distance record. 

Ag9 
H. Atwood arrives New York from St. Louis, 

record. Ag 25 

R. G. Garros rises 13,943 ft., world's record, 

Parame, France. S 4 

R. G. Fowler leaves San Francisco for New 

York. S II 

J. J. Ward leaves New York for Pacific coast. 

S13 
C. P. Rodgers starts in transcontinental race. 

S17 
C. Dixon first airman to cross Rocky Mts. S 30 

Fowler fails to cross Sierras. O i 

C. P. Rodgers reaches Marshall, Mo., 133 mi. 

ahead of record. O 10 

H. K. Robinson starts from Minneapolis for 

New Orleans. O 17 

O. Wright remains stationary during gale, Kill 

Devil HiU, N. C. O 23 

C. P. Rodgers arrives at Pasadena, Cal., making 

4,231 mi. in 4,924 min. N 5 

Rodgers reaches Pacific. D 10 

Gobe, French, in monoplane, makes 460 mi., 8 

hr. 17 min., Pau, France, record. D 24 

ACX3DENTS. 

Laffort and passenger killed by fall, Issy-les- 

Moulineaux, France. D 28 

Arch Hoxey fatally hurt, Los Angeles. D 31 

J. B. Moisant drops 100 ft., kill^. New Orleans 

D31 
Lieut Stein drops 65 ft., killed, Deveberitz, Ger- 
many. F 6 
Nore and Delatorre killed in military aeroplane. 

Fq 
Capt. Carron killed in military aeroplane, Ver- 
sailles. Ap 18 
Lieut.-G: E. M. Kelly thrown 20 ft., killed, 
San Antonio, Texas. My 10 
Runaway aeroplane at races, Issy-les-Moulineaux, 
France, kills H. Berteaux, Minister of War, 
injures Premier Monis and others. My 21 



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Aviation. Schendel falls 6,650 ft., killed. Jc 10 

Tliree killed, race Paris-London. Je 18 

Mme. D. Moore falls 150 ft., killed, Etampes, 

France. Jl 22 

W : R. Badger and St. C. Johnstone killed, Chicago. 

Ag 16 
Capt. de Camine falls 600 ft., killed, France. S 2 
Lieut, de Grailly bums to death in air, France. 

S2 

Leforrestier bums to death in air, Huelva, Spain. 

S4 
F. Miller biuns to death in air, Troy, N. Y. S 22 
C. Dixon falls 100 ft., killed, Spokajie. O 2 

E. Ely falls, killed, Macon, Ga. O 19 

Prof. J. J. Montgomery killed. Evergreen. O 31 
Tod Shriver killed, Ponce, Porto Rico. D 2 

Reeb kiUed, Munich. D 3 

Aviation, Mhitaky. See Aeronautics, Mili- 
tary. 

Aviation meets. Nine days' meet, Chicago Ag 12 
Intemational meet. Garden City, N. Y. S 23 

Avogadro, Amadeo, count di Quadregna. Monu- 
ment to, unveiled, Turin. S 24 

Bacteriologists, Amer. Society of. Meet at 
Washington, D. C. D 27 

Bailey, Mark, college prof. b. 1827. d. Je 4 

Baird, Julian W: chemist, b. 1859. d. Je 26 

Baker, G: Hall, librarian, b 1850. d. Mr 27 

Baker, W: B, congressman, b. 1840. d. My 17 

Balcella, Rev. Mariam. b. 1864. d. O 2 

Baldwin, Rev. Caleb Cook. b. 1820. d. Jl 19 

Balfour, Arthur James. Resigns Unionist leader- 
ship. N8 

Ball, Thomas, sculptor, b. 1819. d. D 11 

Ballinger, R: Achilles. Resignation as Secretary 
of Interior accepted. Mr 

Balunger-Pinchot investigation. Rqx)rt of 
investigating committee presented to Congress. 

D 7, '10 

Repr. Hitchcock demands investigation into 

committee's delay of 49 days. Ja 26 

House committee on agriculture asks discharge 

from duty on above report. F 2 

Ballinger resigns as Secy, of Interior. Mr 7 

Ballooning. Nat. and intemat. races start 

Kansas City, Mo. O 5 

German balloon Berlin II wins intemational 

by 100 mi. O 7 

Ballooning. 

accidents. 

Paul Kayfer drowned in Dussddorf. Mr 30 

Missing Hildebrandt and 2 drowned aeronauts 

found, lake in Pomerania. Ja 16 

Z^>dm's dirigible DeiOscUand destroyed, no 

deaths. My 16 

Balloons and airships, Miiitary. First British 
naval airship launched. My 32 

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INDEX TO DATES OF CURRENT EVENTS IN 1911 



Banfify, Desiderius, baron, b. 1843. d. F 26 

Banks and banking. 

aldrich plan. 

Aldrich plan to re-organize national monetary 
system submitted National Monetary Com- 
mission. JsL 17 

National Board of Trade indorses it. Ja 19 

Revision of plan submitted National Monetary 
Conmiission. 19 

Nat. Monetary Conmiission decides general 
outlines of the fifteen districts into which 
U. S. would be divided under Aldrich plan. 

D 20 

See also National monetary commission. 

GOVERNMENT GUARANTY OF DEPOSITS. 

Argument in Oklahoma case before Supreme 
Covut. D 7, '10 

Supreme Court holds constitutional bank 
guaranty laws of Okla., Neb. and Kan. Ja 3 

Alaska. 

Washington-Alaska Bank, Fairbanks, deposits 
$1,000,000, fails. Ja 5 

England. 
Bank of Egypt, London, fails. S 26 

Untied Stales. 

Northern Bank of N. Y. closed by State super- 
intendent of banks. D 27, '10 

Barnes, H: Burr, publisher, b. 1845. d. Ja 12 

Barry, Redmond. Appointed Lord Chancellor 
of Ireland. Ag 28 

Bascom, John, educator, b. 1827. d. O 2 

Baseball. Sunday baseball in N. Y. State de- 
feated. Mr 14 
Phila. Athletics defeat Giants, getting world's 
championship for second successive year. O 26 

Bathtxtb Trust. Enters demurrer in Detroit 

federal court. Ja 30 

Arguments begun in Detroit court. F 8 

Arguments dc^ed. F 28 

Government wins suit against trust in U. S. 

circuit court, Balto. O 13 

Battleships. See Warships. 

Bauer, Rev. G: b. 1863. d. O 20 

Bayliss, Alfred, teacher, b. 1847. d. Ag 27 

Beard, W. D., justice, b. 1837. d. D. 7, '10 

Beck, Carl, M. D. b. 1856. d. Je 8 

Beck, William Henxy, brig.-gen. U. S. A. b. 
1842. d. N 27 

Begas, Reinhold, Ger. sculptor, b. 1831. d. Ag 3 

Belgium. 

cabinet. 

Premier Schollaert and ministers resign because 

of (^position to school bill. Je 8 

Ch: de Broqueville forms new ministry. Je 14 

Bell, C: F: Moberly, director of London Times. 
b. 1847. d. Ap 5 

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AMERICAN LIBRARY ANNUAL 



Bell, Joseph, M. D. b. 1837. d. O 4 

Bellamy, C: Joseph, publisher, b. 1852. 

d. D 12, '10 
Bellew, Kyrle, actor, b. 1857. d. N 2 

Benedict, Frank Lee, author, b. 1834. 

d. D 14, '10 
Benedict, Robt. Dewey, lawyer, b. 1828. 

d. Jl 29 
Benson, Frank Williamson, governor, b. 1858. 

d. Ap 14 
Benton, Joel, author, b. 1832. d. S 15 

Beresford, C: £: de la Peer. Retired from active 
list British navy. F 10 

Berlin, Germany. 

population. 

Berlin and suburbs, population about 3,400,000. 

D 5, '10 

Berteauz, H: Maurice, Chev. Legion of Honor. 

b. 1852. d. My 21 

Bible. H: E. Huntington buys Gutenbger Bible 
from Hoe collection, $50,000. Ap 24 

Bible tercentenary. Meeting in commemora- 
tion, lA>ndon. Mr 29 
300th anniversary of publication King James 
version celebrated. Ap 23 

Bigelow, John, author, b. 181 7. d. D 19 

Birds, Protection of. World campaign against 
sale of game birds started, N. Y. Ap 17 

Bittinger, J: Lawrence, editor and ex-consul, b. 
1834. d. Ja 9 

Black, Mrs. John Donald. See Potter, Mar- 
garet Horton. 

Bund. Cornerstone laid for first settlement 
house for blind in the world, N. Y. C. D 20 

Bund workers' ExmnrnoN. First of kind 
opened, N. Y. Ap 26 

Bliss, Cornelius Newton, ex-Secy of Interior, 
b. 1833. d. O 9 

Bloxham, W: Dunnington, ex-governor, b. 1835. 

d. Mr 15. 

Bogert, E: Strong, rear-admiral, U. S. N. b. 

1837. d. F 16 

Boggs, W: Robertson, U. S. and Confed. soldier, 
b. 1829. d. S 15 

Bogota. American consulate-general at Bogota 
permanently closed. Jl 2 

Bonacnm, Rt Rev. T: Bp. of Lincoln (Neb.), 
b. 1847. d. F 4 

Boston, Massachusetts. 

HARBOR. 

Harbor Board of army Engineer Corps refuses 
pier extension in Chelsea. Mr i 



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INDEX TO DATES OF CURRENT EVENTS IN 1911 



Boston harbor tunnel. Permission for tunnel 
connecting New York, New Haven and Hart- 
ford, and Boston and Maine railroads, re- 
fused by Mass. House. Je 29 
New bill of permission introduced in House Jl 21 

Boy scouts. W. R. Hearst, J. M. Levy and Ad- 
miral G: Dewey retire from membership. 

D '9, '10 

Pres. Taft and Roosevelt made honorary pres. 

and vice-pres. of Boy Scouts. F 15 

Boycotting. National Association of Manu- 
facturers and American Federation of Labor 
petition Pres. Taft to seek punishment or 
dissolution of boycotting organizations. My 17 

Bowditch, H: Pickering, physiologist, b. 1840 

d. Mr 13 

Brackett, Anna Callendar, author, b. 1836. 

d. Mr 18 

Bradford, Amory Howe, Congl. clergyman, b. 
1846. d. F 18 

Brady, Rev. Francis Xavier, Pres. Loyola Coll. 
b. 1857. d. Mr 13 

Brandt, Herman, college prof. b. 1842. 

d. D 27, '10 
Brazil. 

NAVY. 

Mutinous crews in control of two ships at Rio 
de Janeiro demand of Congress increased pay 
and end of corporal punishment. N 23, '10 

Government grants demands and amnesty to 
mutineers. N 25, *io 

Artillery defeats mutinous marines at Rio de 
Janeiro, 200 killed or wounded. D 10, '10 

300 mutineers shot without trial. Ja 20 

Brewster, £: Lester, broker, b. 1842. d. Mr 21 

Bribery. Jury in Erbstein case, Chicago, fails to 

agree, discharged. D 17. *io 

Former State Senator F. J. Gardner, N. Y., 

acquitted of attempt to bribe O. G. Foelker 

to vote against anti-race-track bills. F 22 

3 State Senators, 2 repr., Ohio, indicted for 

soliciting bribes. My 3 

3 more Ohio legislators indicted for bribery 

Myi6 
Repr. Evans of Ohio pleads guilty of $100 bribe 

on salary loan bilL Je 5 

Sergeant-at-arms in Ohio State Senate found 

guilty of abetting bribery. J I 3 

Mayor T: £. Knotts, ^ councilmen, Gary, Ind., 

arrested for bribery m heating franchise deal. 

S8 
Su also Elections — Corrupt Practices; Lor- 

niER, W: 

Brinkerhoff, Roeliff B., banker, b. 1828. 

d. Je 4 
Broadhurst, H: Eng. justice, b. 1840. d. O 11 

Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers. Wage 
dilutes with 60 railroads settled without 
strike. D 24, '10 

Bnms^iiUier-Chavigny, C: M. C, marquis de. 
b. 1857. d. Jl II 



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Brown, Elmer Ellsworth. Chosen Chancellor 

of New York Univ. Ap 24 

Installed. N 9 

Brudenell-Bruce, H: A: See Ailesbury, H: A: 
Brudenell-Bruce. 

Bruff, Lawrence. L, army officer, b. 1852. d. Ag 4 

Bubonic plague. See Plague. 

Bucket-shops. Capital investment company 
raided at Chicago by U. S. Secret Service 

D IS, *io 

District Supreme Court declares bucket-shops 

legal in District of Columbia. Mr 30 

Buckham, Matthew H: Pres. Univ. Vermont, 
b. 1832. d. N 29, '10 

Bucks Stove and Range Co. Supreme Court 

decides dispute with American Federation of 

Labor settled out of court. Ja 27 

Federal Supreme Court takes under advisement 

contempt action resulting from Bucks case. 

Ja30 
Supreme Court sets aside imprisonment sentences 

of D. C. Supreme Court for disobedience to 

boycott injunction. My 1 5 

Several labor leaders called before Judge Wright 

to identify records of proceedings at annual. 

conventions of the Amer. Federation of Labor, 

Norfolk, Va., Denver and Toronto. D 30 

Bullis, J: Lapham, U. S. brig.-gen. b. 1841. 

d. My 26 
Bunting, Sir Percy W:, editor, b. 1836. d. Jl 22 

Burbury, S: Hawksley,. Eng. barrister, b. 1831. 

d. Ag 18 

Burke, Daniel Webster. U. S. brig. gen. b. 

1 841. d. My 30 

Bums, W: J. With assistants, held on charge 

kidnapping J. J. McNamara. Ap 25 

Bums and J. Hasseck indicted on above charge, 

Indianapolis. Jc 17 

Burr, Rev. C: H: b. 1848. d. N 28, '10 

Butcher, S: H: Eng. scholar, b. 1850. d. D 29, '10 

Cabell, W: Lewis, lawyer, b. 1827. d. F 22 

Camobra. Camorrist trial begins, Viterbo, Italy. 

Mr II 
Jury secured. Mr 15 

Informer Abbatemaggio testifies against asso- 
ciates. Mr 28 
Trial resumed after week's interruption. My i 
Trial resumed after week's adjoiumment. Je 7 
Enrico Alfano, alleged Camorrist head, gets 3 
months for insulting president of court. Ag 30 

Campaign funds. Bill passes House providing 

for publication of campaign expenses before 

congressional elections. Ap 14 

Publicity bill passes Senate, amended. Jl 17 

Pres. signs bill. Ajg 19 

CampbeU, Lady Colin, author. d. N 2 

Canada. 

cabinet. 

R. L. Borden, Premier-elect, begins to organize 

new government. S 25 

Laurier ministry resigns. O 6 

New Cabinet sworn in. O 10 

foreign relations. 
Sir R: Cartwright advocates in Parliament 
closer relations with U. S. N 23 

See also Reciprocity. 



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INDEX TO DATES OF CURRENT EVENTS IN 1911 

Canada. 

governok-generals. 

Duke of Connaught announced to succeed Earl 

Grey. Ja 29 

Earl Grey retires. On 

Duke of Connaught sworn in. O 13 

PARLIAMENT. 

Commons adjourn until July 18, Senate until 
Aug. 9, without passing reciprocity bill. 

My 19 
Parliament dissolved by Laurier. Jl 29 

Duke of Connaught opens 12 th Parliament. N 15 

Canals. 

United Stales. 

Canal completed, Panilico Sound to Beaumont 
Inlet, N. C. D 13, '10 

Canton, China. Revolutionary outbreak, 300 
casualties. Ap 28 

Capel, Rev. L: J: Roman Catholic clergyman, 
b. 1836. d. O 23 

Capital punishment. Minnesota Legislature 

votes against capital punishment. F 28 

California abolishes capital punishment. Mr 6 

Capron, Adin Ballou, congressman. b. 1841. 

d. Mr 17 
Cardinals. Fourteen instituted, 3 Americans. 

N30 
Carey, H: Westonrae, lumberman, b. 1850. 

d. Ap 27 
Carleton, H: Guy, playwright, b. 1856. 

d. D io,'io 
Carling, Sir J: Canadian Senator, b. 1828. 

d. N6 
Cannichael, Rev. J. A. d. N 1 2 

Carnegie, Andrew. Awarded medal by Pan- 
American Conference. My 5 

Carnegie Corporation op New York. Receives 
$25,000,000 from Carnegie, taking over his 
work with educational institutions, libraries 
and hero funds. N 10 

Carnegie hero pund. 

Germany. 
Carnegie founds fund with $1,250,000. D 3i,'io 

Netherlands. 
Carnegie founds fund with $205,000. Je 9 

Sweden. 
Carnegie gives $230,000 for fund. Ap 5 

United States. 

16 bronze medals, 10 silver, cash rewards, awarded. 

Commissioner Edwards awarded medal for 

quick action at attack on Mayor Gaynor. Ja 18 
47 bronze, 12 silver medals awarded. O 19 

Carnegie Institution op Washington. Carnegie 
adds $10,000,000 to endowment. Ja 20 

Carnegie peace poundation. Carnegie gives 
$10,000,000 to endow intemat. peace founda- 
tion. D 14, '10 

Carnegie Trust Company, N. Y. Closed by 

State Superintendent of Banks. Ja 7 

Carnegie gives up claims for $1,100,000 to 

Company. Mr 6 

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Carnegie Trust Co., N. Y. N. Y. ^rand jury 
begins to investigate Company'safifairs. Mr 13 
J. G. Robin testifies concerning failure of Com- 
pany. Mr 16 
W: J. Cummins receives 3 indictments for grand 
larceny of $335,000 from Company. Mr 21 
J. B. ' Reichma^, former pres. of Company, 
indicted for having knowledge of false state- 
ments on Company's condition Mr 28 
Carnegie testifies. Ap 25 
C. H. Hyde indicted for bribery. My i 
W. J. Cummins convicted of $140,000 theft 
from 19th Ward Bank. N 20 

Carr, Eugene Asa, U. S. brig. gen. b. 1830. 

d. D 2, '10 
Carrie, J: Merven, architect, b. 1858. d. Mr i 

Carroll, James, New Zealand official, b. 1857. 

d. Jl 7 
Carroll, J: Lee, ex-governor, b. 1830. d. F 27 

Carter, T. H:, senator, b. 1854. d. S 17 

Cathouc University of America. Comer- 
stone of Gibbons HaU laid. O 12 

Cawdor, F: Archibald Vaughan Campbell, 3rd 

earl. b. 1847. d. F 8 

Centenaries. See Indiana centennial. 

Chamberlain, Abiram, ex-governor, b. 1837. 

d. My IS 

Chamberlain, H: Richardson, newspaper corr. 

b. 1859. d. F 15 

Champagne riots. French Senate permits Aube 
district to label its wine; riot at Mame, 
250,000 bottles smashed. Ap 11 

Chanute, Octave, engineer, b. 1832. d. N 23, '10 

Charlton, Porter. Sec. Knox decides to surrender 
American, Porter Charlton, to Italy for trial 
for murder. D 9, '10 

Cherry coal mine. Monimient to victims of 
disaster unveiled. Cherry, III. N 13 

Chicago, III. 

elections. 

Republican C: £. Merriam, Democrat Carter 

H. Harrison, nominated for mayor. F 28 

Carter H. Harrison elected, majority 17,000. Ap 4 

POLICE. 

Civil Service Board finds police guilty of pro- 
tecting crime and vice, orders re-organization 
on military plan. D 21 

Chicago Assn. of Commerce. 35 representatives 
begin Texas trip to inspect raw material mar- 
ket and promote closer trade relations. Ap 17 
Return. My i 

Chicago vice commission. Order barring rqport 
from mails rescinded. 14 

Child welfare exhibit. Opens at Chicago. 

My II 
China. 

ARMY. 

Child Emperor, through Prince Regent, takes 
supreme command. Ap 3 

CABINET. 

Grand Council abolished, constitutional cabinet 

substituted. My 8 

Yuan Shi Kai chooses cabinet. N 16 



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INDEX TO DATES OF CURRENT EVENTS IN 1911 

China. 

calendar. 

Modern Roman calendar supersedes Chinese. D 8 

CONSTITUTION. 

, Throne yields to national assembly's demand 
for constitution, and cabinet without nobles. 

O30 
Princfe Chun accepts for throne draft of con- 
stitution. N 3 

FINANCE. 

American, British, German and French financiers 

lend China $50,000,000. Ap 15 

French and Belgian $18,000,000 loan announced. 

O 29 

FOREIGN RELATIONS. 

See Russia — foreign relations. 

NAVY. 

Negotiations for $25,000,000 loan to develop 
navy. D 3, '10 

POLITICS AND government. 

First national assembly dissolved. Ja 11 

REVOLUTION. 

Breaks out in Hupeh province; Wu-Chang, 
capital, taken, Hankow threatened. O 10 

Government recalls Yuan Shi Kai to power. O 14 

Chang Sha and Nan Chang taken. O 23 

Assembly impeaches Sheng Hsuan Huai, pres- 
ident ministry of posts. O 25 

Imperialists fire Hankow and massacre fugi- 
tives. N 2 

Revolutionists take Shanghai. N 3 

Revolutionists take Hangchau. N 5 

Imperialists sack Nanking. N 10 

Yuan Shi Kai returns from exile, o£fered premier- 
ship. N 13 

Accepts premiership. N 15 

Navy goes over to revolutionists. N 16 

U. S. offers 2,500 soldiers to protect foreigners 
and railroad. N 29 

Revolutionists possess Nanking. D 2 

Regent Chun abdicates. D 6 

Peace conference begins, Shanghai, foreign 
powers participating. D 17 

Premier Yuan Shi Kai refuses to accept republic. 

D 21 

Dr. Sun Yat Sen elected Pres. of republic. D 29 

Takes oath as provisional Pres. Ja 2, '12 

See also Canton, China. 

Choate, C: Francis, railway pres. b. 1828. 

d. My 23 
Christ Church, Caicbridge. 150th anniversary. 

O16 

Christian Endeavor. International convention, 

Atlantic City, 25,000 present. Jl 6 

Christian science. Pres. Taft modifies order 
regarding practice of medicine, Panama canal 
• zone, admitting Christian scientists to prac- 
tice. D 26 

Christiania, University of, Centenary. S 4 

Church and State. See Portugal — Church 

AND STATE. 

Circuit court, U. S. Pres. Taft signs bill abolish- 
ing. Mr 3, '11 
Takes effect. Ja i, 12 

City planning. Raymond Unwin, English author- 
ity, attends Philadelphia conference. My 15 

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Civil Service. 

United SUUes. 

Illinois civil service law in effect, dispossesses 

many practical politicians. Je 30 

See also National Civil Service Reform 

League. 

Clark, Addison, educator, b. 1842. d. My 13 

Clark, Champ. Nominated Speaker of House 

Ja 19 
Clarke, Albert, economist, b. 1840. d. Jl 16 

Clarke, Sir Caspar Purdon, dir. Met. Mus. Art. 
b. 1846. d. Mr 29 

Clarke, J: Vaughan, banker, b. 1862. d. My 31 

Clarke, R: H: lawyer, b. 1827. d. My 24 

Clotilde, Princess, b. 1843. d. Je 25 

Coal Mines. 

accidents. 

60 entombed by explosion, Bellevue, Alberta. 

D 10, '10 
300 killed in explosion, Hulton, England. D 21, '10 
40 killed by fire near Sosnowic. Ja 20 

115 killed by explosion, Littleton, Ala. Ap 8 

21 killed by explosion, Sykesville, Pa. Jl 15 

26 killed by explosion. Saint Etienne, France. 

O18 
See also Mine accidents. 

College athletics. Faculty bar Stanford 
freshmen from intercollegiate athletics. Ja 30 

Collingwood, Francis, civil engineer, b. 1834. 

d. Ag 18 
Collins, Capt. R: Henn, Eng. officer, b. 1873. 

d. Ja 4 
Colman, Norman Jay, ex-Sec. of Agric. b. 1827. 

d. N3 
Columbian-Sterling publishing company. See 
Hampton's Magazine. 

Columbus Day. Celebration at Chicago. O 12 

150 Knights of Columbus initiated, and banquet, 

St. Paul, Minn. O 12 

Colvin, Harwin, M. D. b. 1823. d. Ja 8 

Comets. Prof. Quinisset of Juvisy discovers 

comet. S 23 

Beljawskys discovers comet. S 28 

Scaumasse, at Kiel, discovers comet. N 30 

Commerce court. Martin A. Knapp, Robt. W. 

Archbald, W: H. Hunt, J: E. Carland, Julian 

W. Mack appointed members. D 12, '10 

Judge Mack appointed to U. S. circuit court; to 

sit in Commerce Court one year. F 4 

First meeting. F 6 

First public session. F 15 

Fight to abolish begun in Congress. N 15 

M. Poindexter introduces in Senate bill for 

abolishment. D 5 

Interstate Commerce Commission takes issue 

against in 25th annual message to Congress. 

D 20 

Commission plan of city government. See 
Municipal government by commission. 

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INDEX TO DATES OF CURRENT EVENTS IN 1911 



Commodities clause of Hepbusn act. Supreme 
Court inteipretation may cause separation of 
railn^td and coal business. Ap 3 

Congress. See United States — Congress. 

Conspiracies. 24 sentenced to death in Tokyo 
for conspiracy to assassinate crown prince and 
imperisd officers. Ja 18 

Contempt op court. For criticising court about 
Puget Sound electric railway injunction, L. 
SanderS; Seattle newspaper publisher, gets 4 
months. D 16, '10 

Controller Bay. In message to Senate, Pres. 
Taft takes responsibility for opening for 
development 12,800 A. of Alaska Chugach 
reserve. Jl 26 

Report of Controller Bay controversy adopted 
by House conmiittee on expenditures in in- 
terior. D 9 

Cook, F: Albert, M. D. R e t u r n s to U. S. 

D. 22, '10 

Geographical Society of Copenhagen cancels 

diploma for alleged North Pole discovery. 

JI21 
Cook, Joel, congressman, b. 1842. d. D 15, '10 

Coronations. King George and Queen Mary of 
England crown^. Je 22 

Corporations. 

United States, 

$100,000,000 corporation formed to take over 
California trolley lines from Southern Pacific 
R. R. S 9 

Corporations, Taxation op. See Taxation op 
Corporations. 

Corson, Hiram, univ. prof. b. 1828. d. Je 15 

Costa Rica. 

finance. 

Costa Rican Congress approves borrowing 
$8,000,000 from Minor C. Keith, U. S. Trust 
Co., to refund foreign debt. F 26 

Cotton. House resolution introduced, that com- 
mittee investigate failure to prosecute cotton 
and wheat manipulators of 1909 and 1910. 

Jai4 
U. S. circuit court refuses to quash Patten in- 
dictment. Mr 23 
Federal anti-trust action against Patten and 
others goes to Supreme Court. My 5 

Cotton. 
See also Taripp — U. S. — Cotton. 

Courts. 

United States, 

Committee appointed to revise equity court 
rules, to expedite procedure. Je 3 

Cox, G: Bamdale. Indicted for perjury. F 21 
Second indictment. F 27 

Judge Dickson quashes indictments for per- 
jury before grand jury in 1906. My 20 
Cox withdraws from active politics. My 21 



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Craig, Willis Green, theologian, b. 1834. d. Jl 4 

Crofts, Ernest. English painter, b. 1847. 

d. Mr 19 

Croker, £: F. Resigns as N. Y. Fire Department 
Chief to establi^ private fire prevention 
bureau. Ap 17 

Cronje, Piet. Boer gen. b. 1835. d. F 4 

Crossley, Sir W: J :, ist baronet, b. 1844. d. 1 2 

Crowe, Eyre, English painter, b. 1824. 

d. D 12, '10 
Crowell, £: Payson, educator, b. 1830. 

d. Mr 26 
Crunden, F: Morgan, librarian, b. 1847. d. O 28 

Cruz, Anibal, diplomat, b. 1865. d. D 18, '10 

Cudahy, Michael, merchant, b. 1841. 

d. N 27, *io 

Cunningham claims. Cunningham-Guggenheim 

Alaska coal claims canceled. Je 26 

Curtis, E: Lewis, theologian, b. 1853. d. Ag 26 

Curtis, W: Eleroy, journalist, b. 1850. d. O 5 

Curzon-Howe, Sir Assheton Gore, Eng. admiral, 
b. 1850. ' d. Mr I 

Cyclones. 200 killed, coast devastated Pisagua 
to Antofagansta, Chile. Jc 25 

Da Costa, J: Chalmers, M.D. b. 1863. 

d. D 6, '10 
Damon, William Emerson, author, b. 1838. 

d. D I 
Dandy, G: Brown, U. S. colonel, b. 1830. 

d. Ja 14 
Danforth, I. Newton, M.D. b. 1835. d. My 5 

Daughters of the American Revolution. 
Twentieth congress at Washington, April 
17. Mrs. Matthew L. Scott re-elected pres- 
ident. Ap 21 

Davis, Jefferson, monument imveiled. New Or- 
leans F 22 

Davis, Robert, ex-congressman, b. 1849. d. Ja 9 

Davis, Robt. Stuart, journalist, b. 1839. d. Mr 1 7 

Davis, W: Watts Hart, journalist, b. 1820. 

d. D 26, '10 
Dayton, C : Willoughby, judge, b. 1846. d. D 7/10 

Declaration of London. British Imperial 

Conference recommends ratification. Je 2 

104 British admirals petition Premier Asquith 

not to ratify. Je 19 

Dederick, Peter Kells, capitalist, b. 1838. 

d. Ja 18 
De Forest, J: H., D.D. d. My 8 

De Longpr, Paul, French painter, b. 1855. 

d. Je 29 

Demurrage. 200 merchants, shippers and rail- 
road officials complain before F. K. Lane, 
Interstate Commerce Commissioner, against 
48-hour demurrage law. Ap 28 

Denison, Mrs. Mary Andrews, author, b. 1826. 

d. O 17 
Denmark. John, Prince of, dies. My 27 

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INDEX TO DATES OF CURRENT EVENTS IN 1911 



Devonshire, Louise FredeiicA Augusta, duchess 
of. b. 1831. d. Jl IS 

Diamond match company. Patent dedicated to 
public. Ja 28 

Diamonds. Diamond of 244 carats, reported 
found Johannesburg, Africa. Ap 24 

Diaz, Porfirio. Inaugurated eighth time as Pres. 

of Mexico. D I, '10 

Leaves Mexico for Spain. My 26 

Arrives at Vigo, Spain, greeted by King. Je 16 

Dicey, £: English author, journalist, b. 1832. 

d.Jl7 
Dietz, J: F. Sentenced to life imprisonment for 

murder, Hayward, Wis. Mrs. Dietz and son 

Leslie acquitted. My 13 

Dilke, Sir Charles Wentwortfa,T2d baronet, b. 

1843. d. Ja 26 

Hill, James Brooks, judge, b. 1854. d. D 2, '10 

Diplomatic and consular service. See Ger- 
many — Diplomatic and [consular [service; 
U. S. — Diplomatic and consular service. 

Direct primaries. See Primaries. 

Diz, Edwin Asa, author, b. i860. d. Ag 24 

Dogs, Taxation op. 

Berlin. 
Tax raised from $5.00 to $7.50. Ap 16 

Dominguez, Florencio, Argentine diplomat. 

d. N 20, *io 
Doonan, Rev. Jas. A: b. 1842. d. Ap 12 

Dresser, Solomon Robt., ex-congressman, b. 
1842. d. Ja 20 

Drinking cups, Public. Bill forbidding, passes 
Illinois House. My 20 

Dryden, J: Fairfield, ex-senator, b. 1839. d. N 24 

Dudley, Edgar Swartwort, U. S. brig. gen. b. 
1845. d. Ja 9 

Dudley, Irving Bedell, U. S. ambassador, b. 
1861. d. N 27 

Dudley, W: Russell, botanist, b. 1849. d. Je 4 

Durham, Milton Jamison, lawyer, b. 1824. 

d. F 12 
Dwight, L:, anatomist, b. 1843. d. S 8 

Earle, llrs. Alice Morse, author, b. 1853. 

d. F 16 
Earthquakes. 250 killed, Vyemy, Asiatic Rus- 
sia. Ja 12 
Several killed, Manastin, Manchuria. F 20 
Severe shocks, Tenn. and Ark. Mr 31 
Blue Ridge peak, Caesar's Head, overturned, 
shock in North Carolina. Ap 24 
Noted buildings destroyed, 150 casualties 
Mexico City. Je 7 
Strong shock California and Nevada. Jl 2 
Severe earthquake in Hungary. Jl 9 



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Earthquakes. Severe shocks, Valdez, Alaska. 

S 23 

San T086 de Guayama, Empalmo and Oritz, 
California, destroyed by tidal wave after 
quake. O 4 

Worst quake in fifty years in Switzerland. N 17 

Eastman, Julia Arabella, author, b. 1837. d. Ja i 

Eccleston, J: Houstoiii Epis. clergyman, b. 1838 

d. Ap I 

Eclipses, Solar. Eclipse in southern U. S., 

total at Isthmus of Panama. Ap 28 

Ecuador. Guayaquil mob forces renunciation 
of plan to lease Galapagos Is. to U. S. Ja 29 

PRESIDENT. 

Emilio Estrada elected. Ja 11 

Inaugurated. S i 

Dies. D 22 

Eddy, lira. Mary Baker Glover. Will goes to 
probate, Concord, N. H. Ja 17 

Bill in equity filed to stop the declaration of 
will void. F 16 

George W. Glover files bill in equity against 
Boston church, charging Mrs. Eddy was 
deceived into bequest to church. Mr 25 

Education. 

south africa. 

Committee appointed to examine systems of 
provinces. N 25, '10 

Edward VIL Royal family at service on anniver- 
sary of death. My 6 
Memorial statue unveiled, Delhi, India. D8 

Edward Albert, Prince of Wales. Enters Knights 
of Garter. Je '10 

Edwards, J: Passmore, newspaper proprietor, 
b. 1823. d. Ap 23 

Edwards, Landon Brame, M.D., editor, b. 
1845. d' N 27, '10 

Eggleston, G: Gary, author, b. 1839. d. Ap 14 

Ehrich, Louis R., antique paintings, b. 1849 

d. O 23 

Election expenditures. See Campaign funds. 

Elections. 

corrupt practices. 

Indictments for vote selling in Ohio. D. 27. '10 
Danville, III., probe case closed. Ja 30 

Grand jury, Vermilion Co., III., votes indict- 
ments against Danville graft. F 8 
Dispenses with services State's Attorney 
Liewman. F 14 
Closes investigation, 38 indictments, 14 dealing 
with electoral corruption. Mr 14 
Renews investigations of vote buying. Ap 1 7 
Returns nine corrected indictments and ad- 
journs. Ap 19 
New Jersey corrupt practice bill signed by Gov. 
Wilson. Ap 20 
Great Britain 

Parliamentary elections completed. D 19, *io 

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INDEX TO DATES OF CURRENT EVENTS IN 1911 

Elections. 

United Stales. 

New Jersey House passes bill of sweeping 

election reforms. Mr 21 

Gov. Wilson signs Geran primary and election 

bill. Ap 19 

Constitutional amendment for biennial state 

elections passes R. I. Senate. Ap 20 

See also Campaign funds. 

Electric railroads. 

Untied SUUes, 

Interstate Commerce Commission orders 
Washington, Alexandria and Mt. Vernon to 
reduce fare tariff. Mr 17 

Electrical trust. Early prosecution of, an- 
nounced, under Sherman law. D 14, '10 

Government begins suit against 35 Cleveland, 
O., concerns. Mr 3 

Federal court, Toledo, C, orders dissolution of 
trust. 13 

EDdiis, Stephen Benton, b. 1841. d. Ja 4 

Will made public. Ja 10 

Mrs. Elkins renounces will and claims one-third 

estate. F 2 

Ellis, J: W: Disciples Christ clergyman, b. 
1839. d. N 30, '10 

Elverson, Jas: newspaper pub. b. 1838. d. F '10 
Ely, Smith, ex-mayor N. Y. b. 1825. d. Jl i 

Embezzlement. Robt. E. Davie arrested at 

Rio Janeiro for Boston bank embezzlement 

$500,000. F 24 

Treaty with Brazil excludes extradition of 

Davie. F 27 

Davie brought to Boston. Ap 22 

F. E. Duez, receiver for dissolved French 

religious congregations, gets 12 year^ for 

$1,200,000 embezzlement. Je 21 

Emmons, S: Franklin, geologist, b. 1841. 

d. Mr 28 
Ephesus. 

antiquities. 

Ruins of theatre holding 30,000 found. F 15 

Esperanto. 7th congress closes at Antwerp. 

Ag 25 
Estrada, Emilio, Pres. Ecuador. d. D 22 

Etna, Mt. Begins dangerous eruptions. S 10 

EucHARisTic Congress. Intemat. session closes, 

Madrid. Je 29 

5th nat. congress, Cincinnati, O. S 28 

Evangelistic work. " Gypsy " Smith starts 
revival services at Paris. Mr 15 

Evans, Clement Ansehn, lawyer, b. 1833. d. Jl 2 

Evans, Elizabeth Edson, author, b. 1832. 

d. S 14 

Explosions. 13 killed in asphalt mine, Durant, 

Okla. N 28, '10 

10 killed, 100 hurt, explosion at N. Y. Central 

power house, N. Y. C. D 19, '10 

Main plant General Electric Co., Minneapolis, 

Minn., destroyed, loss $750,000. Ja 6 

8 killed, 18 hurt, battleship Ddaware. Ja 17 

6 killed, Keating mine, Mont. Ja 18 

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Explosions. 

Dynamite explodes on Jersey water front; 

30 killed, hundreds hurt. F i 

Dynamite kills 15, Piute Powder Co., Ishpem- 

ing, Mich. F 6 

xo killed, 9 hurt, boiler explosion, Smithville, 

Tex. F 8 

X killed, $1,500,000 loss, Lain-Rand powder 

plant, Pleasant Prairie, Wis. Mr 9 

Battleship UberU blows up in Toulon harbor, 

430 killed. S 25 

7 killed, Imperial Powder Co. N i 

30 miners killed. Bottom Creek Coal and Coke 

Co., Vivian, W. Va. N 18 

33 killed, boiler explosion, oilcake mills, 

Liverpool. N 24 

Tow-boat blows up near Pittsburgh, 5 killed, 

several hurt. D 3 

Su also Mine accidents. 

Express charges. Iowa Railroad Commission 

orders interstate express rate reduction. Ja 2 

Companies decide on cut rates and uniform 

charge schedule. Ja 20 

Express companies. Interstate Commerce Com- 
mission orders investigation of all companies 
commission aCFects. Jl i 

Extradition. Arbitration court decides Great 

Britain need not surrender Vinayok Damodar 

Savarkar to France. F 24 

Bill to amend extradition laws introduced in 

U. S. House. My 3 

Eytinge, Rose, actress, b. 1835. d. D 20 

Panniiig, J: L: Civil engineer, b. 1837. d. F 6 

Farmers' free list. See Tariff— U. S.— 
Farmers' free list. 

Paunce, Daniel Worcester, Bapt. clergyman, 
b. 1829. d Ja 3 

Favored nation clause. U. S. Customs Court 
decides clause does not interfere with Canada 
reciprocity agreement. Ap 10 

Federal council Churches of Christ in 
America. Executive committee appropriates 
$5,000 for church and social service com- 
mission. Ja 24 

Penn, Harry, painter, b. 1838. d. Ap 23 

Perguson, Alex. Hugh, M.D. b. 1853. d. O 19 

Fernbank dam. Important Ohio R. dam near 
Cincinnati finished. S 2 

Penis, J: Mason. Reformed clergyman, b. 
1825. Ja 30 

• 

Piguetas-Chiques, Jose Maria, jurist, b. 1857. 

d. D 2, '10 

Finland. Czar approves bill making first step 

in partition of. Ag 24 

Fire prevention. Committee of safety organ- 
ized, N. Y. .Ap 18 
Minn, fire protection congress, St. Paul. N 8 

Fires. 

Canada, 

Business section London, Ont., loss $750,000, 
500 lose employment. N 3 

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INDEX TO DATES OP CURRENT EVENTS IN 1911 

FlSES. 

China. 

Two-thirds of Hankow destroyed, loss $5o,ooo,<- 
ooo. N 5 

Englafid, 

Carlton Hotel, London, partly burned. Ag 9 

France, 

Havre railway station partly burned, loss 
$2,000,000. F 19 

Germany, 

Ancient Schulenburg castle with historic relics 
burned. Ap 25 

Japan, 

6,000 women lose homes by Tokio yoshiwari 
fire. Ap 9 

Russia, 

120 killed in moving-picture theatre, Bologoe. 

Mr 6 
Scotland, 

Edinburgh music hall bums, 10 killed* My 9 

South America. 
$2,000,000 fire, Santiago, Chile. Ja 8 

United States. 

Philadelphia leather factory, 14 killed. D 22, '10 
Chicago stockyards, 25 killed. D 23, '10 

Chamber of Commerce Bldg., Cincinnati. Ja 10 
Hamilton, O., Car Milling Company, $75,000 

loss. Ja 29 

Prairie fire bums oil fields, Okla., $100,000 loss. 

Fi 
Missouri State capitol struck by lightning, 

bums. F s 

Boys' building at State orphan's home, Corsi- 

cana, Tex., loss $20,000. F 16 

New Orleans Warehouse, Southern Cotton Oil 

Co., loss $100,000. F 20 

Minneapolis syndicate block destroyed, loss 

$1,000,000. Mr 5 

Monarch Refrigerating Co. warehouse, Chicago, 

destroyed, loss $1,000,000. Mr 20 

Milwaukee, hat factory, $100,000 loss, 4 killed. 

Mr 24 
Triangle Shirtwaist Co. factory. New York, 

141 killed. Mr 25 

Albany capitol, loss $5,000,000. Mr 29 

Bangor, Me., devastated, loss $2,500,000. Ap 30 
Dreamland, Coney Island amusement park. 

My 27 
Lumber yards, St. Louis, Mo., loss $j, 000,000. 

Jei5 
D: Baird & Son. milliners, Louisville, Ky., 

loss $1 ,000,000, 3 killed. S 23 

Fisher, Walter Lowrie. Appointed Secretary of 

Interior. Mr 7 

Takes oath of office. Mr 13 

Fisheries. Washington House protests to Con- 
gress against federal control of, Ja 19 
Canada seizes American fishing schooner, 
Louisburg, N. S., for violation 1818 treaty. 

S6 
Owners of schooner fined. Six 

See also Newfoundland fisheries. 

Fishermen. 253 lost in gale, Finland. F 5 

5 from fish tug Silver Spray foUnd frozen, 

Lake Erie. Mr 16 

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Fitzgerald, Oscar Penn, M. E. bishop, b. 1829. 

d.Ags 
Fleming, Williamina Paton, astroDomer. b. 
1857. d. My 21 

Flies. 

as disease carriers. 

U. S. Department of Agriculture and American 
Civic Association offer to join Chicago 
Tribune in fly extermination. Mr 18 

Floods. 

China. 

Devastation from Ichang to Shanghai. S 5 

England. 

12 ft. of water in some places after long rain. 

D 16, *io 

France. 

See Relief Work 

Italy. 

Many northern villages isolated. D 13, '10 

Spain. 

Reservoir near Huelva bursts, 11 killed, much 
land flooded. Ja 13 

United States. 

AUegheny Co., Pa.; damages |i, 500,000 
property. S 15 

Bayliss dam breaks, Austin and Costello, Pa., 
destroyed, 50 killed. S 30 

Black River Falls dam. Wis., breaks, damages 
$1,000,000 property. O 6 

FogazzarOy Antonio. Italian author, b. 1842. 

d. Mr 7 

Food adulteration. Trade in rotten eggs for 

food discovered New York. D i, '10 

Supreme Court decides government might 

seize eggs shipped St. Loxiis to Peoria, 111., 

alleged adulteration. Mr 13 

Football. Intercollegiate rules committee meets 
N. Y., few changes. F 3 

Poresty Rt. Rev. J: Anthony, Bp.. San Antonio, 
b. 1838. d. Mr II 

Forest rangers. Civil service examination s 
for. O 23 

Forest reserves. See National forests. 

Poss, S: Walter, librarian, b. 1858. d. F 26 

Foster, Frank Pierce, M.D. b. 1841. d. Ag 13 

Fourth of July. Fairbanks, Alaska celebration 
of fireworks in May, because no night in 
July. My 10 

France. 

CABINET. 

Premier Briand and cabinet resign. F 27 

New cabinet completed, Antoine Monis pre- 
mier. Mr 2 
Premier Monis and cabinet resign. Je 23 
New cabinet formed, Joseph Caillaux premier. 

Je 27 
Ftands, C: Spencer, ambassador, b. 1853. 

d. D I 



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INDEX TO DATES OF CURRENT EVENTS IN 1911 



Franklin^ Walter Simonds, civi] engineer, b. 
1836. d. D 3 

Fraternities. See High school fraternities. 

Frauds. See Postal inspection. 

Frederick m of Germany. Statue of, unveiled, 
Aix-Ia-Chapelle. O 18 

Freeman, J: C: univ. prof. b. 1842. d. Ap 10 

Fremont, J: C: naval officer, b. 1849. d. Mr 7 

Frye, W: Pierce, senator, b. 1831. d. Ag 8 

Funston, £: Hogue, ex-congressmen, b. 1836. 

d S 10 
Fyles, Franklin, author, critic, b. 1847. d. Jl 5 

Galapagos Islands. See Ecuador. 

Gallagher, Jas. J: Gets twelve years for assault- 
ing Commissioner Edwards, N. J. Ja 4 

Galton, Sir Francis. £ng. scientist, b. 1822. 

d. Ja 17 
Gambling. See Bucket-shops. 

Garment workers' strike. No terms made 
between Hart, Schaffner & Marx and 
strikers. Ja lo 

Terms made with A. Sitron & Co., 400 return 
to work. Ja 10 

Terms made with Hart, Schaffner & Marx, 
10.000 return to work. Ja iS 

State Senate committee investigates causes of 
strike and relations of parties. Ja 20 

Strike ends for lack of funds. Employees to 
be treated individually by employers. F 3 

6,000 garment workers strike, Cleveland, 0. 

Je 7 

Gary, Ind. Mayor T: E. Knotts and 5 

councilmen arrested for bribery in heating 

franchise deal. S 8 

Gates, Herbert Wright, Y. M. C. A. worker, b. 

1867. d. F 17 

George V. of England. Charge of morganatic 

marriage with daughter of Sir Michael 

Seymour completely denied. F i 

Coronation. Je 22 

Proclaimed Emperor of India. D 12 

German Meteorological Society. Session 
at Munich. O 2 

Germany. 

ARMY. 

Reichstag passes five-year military bill. F 23 

Greatest maneuvers ever held begin in Pom- 

erania. Six 

DIPLOMATIC AND CONSULAR SERVICE . 

Captain Von Hintze chosen minister to Mexico, 
to watch progress of Panama canal. Ja 25 

REICHSTAG. 

Dissolved by Emperor. D 8 

Gibbons, Cardinal Jas. Celebration of twenty- 
fifth anniversary as Cardinal. Je 6 

See also Alsace-Lorraine. 

Gibson, W: Campbell, rear-admiral U. S. N. b. 
if38. d. My 10 

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Gifts. Edward Tuck, to Dartmouth College, 
$500,000. D 12, '10 

J . D. Rockefeller, to Chicago Univ., $10,000,000. 

D 20, *io. 

$5,000 to found girls' detention home, Minne- 
apolis. Ja 21 

Carnegie to Dunfermline, Scotland, $1,250,000* 

Ja3i 

Mrs. Russell Sage to Cornell Univ., $300,000 
for new girls' dormitory. F 3 

Emperor of Japan, $750,000 to Japanese 
poor. Mr 2 

Edw. B. Butler to Chicago Art Institute, 18 of 
the $150,000 Inness paintings. 

Oberlin Coll., O., given $70,000 in 4 gifts. 

Mr 14 

Dr. D. K. Pearson gives institutions $300,000 
on 91st birthday. Ap 14 

Carnegie gives Cornell $60,300 for extension of 
chemical laboratories. My 4 

N. W. Harris, banker, $250,000 to Field Mus. 
of Nat. History, Chicago. D 28 

Col. A. J. Blethen, $10,000 chimes, weight 
16,500 lbs., to Univ. of Washington. D 22 

See also Carnegie hero fund; Carnegie 

PEACE FOUNDATION. 

Gilbert, Sir W: Schwenck, author, b. 1836' 

d. My 29 
GiUIs, Jas. H: commodore U. S. N. b. 1831. 

d. D 6, '10 
Gilroy, T: F., ex-mayor N. Y. b. 1840. d. D i 

GIrouard, D6sir6. Canadian justice, b. 1836. 

d. Mr 22 
Click, Geo. Washington, ex-governor, b. 1827. 

d. Ap 13 

Golf. Miss Dorothy I. Campbell, American 

and Canadian champion, wins British 

championship. My 19 

Gordon, Geo. Washington, congressman, b. 
1836. d. Ag 9 

Gorst, Sir. J. Eldon, ex-M.P. b. 1861. d. Jl 12 

Graft. Protest against $45 postage allowance 
for member Kansas legislature. F 1 7 

Great Britain. 

army. 

King George reviews 50,000 British and 
native troops. Delhi, India. D 14 

cabinet. 

W. S. Churchill, Home Secretary, and R. 
McKenna, First Lord of the Admiralty, ex- 
change places. O 23 

DIPLOMATIC AND CONSULAR SERVICE 

Lord Kitchener appointed British agent in 
Egypt. Jl IS 

FOREIGN RELATIONS. 

Agreement with Austria-Hungary signed, to 
submit differences relating to existing treaties 
to Hague arbitration court. F 9 

PARLIAMENT. 

Lords adopt Lansdowne resolutions on settling 
differences between Houses. N 24, '10 

Dissolution. N 28, '10 

King and Queen attend first session. F 6 

Parliament reassembles. O 24 

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INDEX TO DATES OF CURRENT EVENTS IN 1911 



Great Britain. 

house of commons. 

Resolution to pay members $2,000 a year 
adopted. Ag 10 

HOUSE OF LORDS. 

Asquith introduces bill in Commons to abolish 

Lords' veto power. F 21 

Commons pass veto bill. F 22 

Commons vote curtailment powers of Lords. 

My 2 

Lord Lansdowne, opposition leader, introduces 

bill for reform of Lords. Bill passes first 

reading. My 8 

Commons pass third reading veto bill. My 15 

Lords pass first reading veto bill. My 16 

Lansdowne bill passes second reading. My 22 

Veto bill passes second reading in Lords. My 29 

Lords pass Lansdowne amendment to veto 

biU. Tl s 

Lords pass third reading veto bill. Jl 20 

Veto bill passes Lords. Ag 10 

King signs veto bill. Ag 18 

See also Elections — Great Britain; Prize 
Bill; Unionist Party. 

Great Lakes. Canada and U. S. join to fight 
pollution of. S 29 

Greene, W: Cornell, copper miner, b. 1851. 

d.Ags 

Greenleaf, C: Ravenscroft, brig-gen. U. S. A. 

b. 1838. d. S 3 

Gregory, Very Rev. Robt Dean of St. Paul's, 
b. 1819. d Ag 2 

Gridiron Club. Annual dinner, Washington, 
D. C. D. 10, *io 

Grier, W., commodore U. S. N. b. 1816. d. Ja 11 

GrifiSin, Martin Ignatius Joseph, editor, b. 1842. 

d. N 10 
Guild, Curtis, journalist, b. 1827. d. Mr 12 

Guy, Seymour Joseph, artist, b. 1824. 

d. D 20, *io 

Haiti. Troops burn Ouanaminth and massacre 

inhabitants. F 20 

Military tribunal condemns 22, accused of 

recent rebellion, to death. Ap i 

Cape Haitian pillaged by revolutionists. JI 19 

Revolutionists win, President Simon flees 

from capital. Ag 2 

Gen. Leconte inaugurated Pres. Ag 16 

foreign relations. 

Peace signed with Santo Domingo, troops 

withdrawn from frontier. Ja 17 

U. S. asked to prevent war with Santo Domingo 

Ja 21 
U. S. agrees to intervene. Ja 22 

Hall, Christopher Webber, geologist, b. 1845. 

d. My 10 
Hall, Thomas, in venter, b. 1834. d. N 19 

Halle, Lady Wilma (Mme. Norman Neruda), 
violinist, b. 1840. d. Ap 15 

ELalsey, N. Wetmore, banker, b. 1856. d. Jl i 

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Hamlin, C:, lawyer, b. 1837. d. My 15 

Hampton's Magazine. Magazine trust includ- 
ing Hampton^s and Columbian formed, 
capital $4,000,000. Je 2 

Conference between lawyers for creditors of 
Hampton* s and Columbian-Sterling Co., 
no agreement. O 9 

Columbian-Sterling Co. goes into hands of 
receiver. O 12 

Creditors of Hampton's decide to stop publica- 
tion. O 26 

F. Orrf, pres. Columbian-Sterling Co., and 
J. F. B. Atkin, lawyer, arrested for using 
mails to defraud. N 8 

Handy, Jas. A., M. £. bishop, b. 1826. 

d. O5 
Hanson, J: Fletcher, railway pres. b. 1840. 

d. D iSi'io. 

Harlan, J: Marshall, justice, b. 1833. <^- O 14 

Harpster, J: H:, missionary, b. 1843. d. F i 

Harrigan, Edw., actor, playwright, b. 1845. 

d. Je6 
Harris, Geo. P., MJ>. b. 1843. d. S 10 

Harrison, Jas. Albert, Philologist, b. 1848. 

d. Ja 31 
Hart, Sir Robt ist Baronet b. 1835. d. S 20 

Harvard University. Roosevelt delivers Nobel 
lecture. D 14, *io 

Hasbrouck, H: Cornelius, brig.-gen. U. S. b. 
1839. d. D 17, '10 

Hastings, T: S:, theologian, b. 1827. d. Ap 2 

Hawaiian Islands. 

COURTS. 

Alfred Stedman Hartwell, Chief Justice of 
Supreme Court, resigns. F 2 

Hayes, Pres. See Ohio. 

Hepburn, Jas. Curtis, M.D. b. 1815. d. S 21 

Hepburn act. See Commodities clause of 
Hepburn act. 

Hermann, Binger. Charges of complicity in land 
frauds dismissed in federal court, Portland, 
Ore. D 22, '10 

Heroes. Miss Nettie Caskey of Fairmont, Ind., 
receives life-saving medal. F 24 

See also Carnegie Hero Fund. 

Hero fund. See Carnegie hero fund. 

Herter, Christian Archibald, pathologist, b. 
1865. d. D 5, *io 

Heslin, Rt. Rev. T:, Bp. of Natchez, b. 1847 

d F 22 
Hewitt, C: Edmund, D.D. b. 1836. d. N 18 

Higginson, T: Wentworth, author. b. 1823. 

d. My 9 

High school fraternities. Michigan Senate 

abolishes. Ap 19 

Hill, Adams Shemuuii univ. prof. b. 1833. 

d. D 25, *io 

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INDEX TO DATES OF CURRENT EVENTS IN 1911 



Hill, David Jayne. Resigns as U. S. ambassador 
to Germany. Ap 14 

Hitchcock, £dw., coll. prof. b. 1828. d. F 15 

HoUister, J: Hamilcar, M.D. b. 1824. d N 13 

Hodges, Charles Libbens, brig.-gen. U. S. A. 
b. 1847. d D 26 

Holly, Jas. Theodore, Bp. of Haiti, b. 1829- 

d. Mr 20 
Holt, Alfred, ship owner. d. N 28 

HoiCESTEADS. President signs bill opening lands 
in Red Lake Indian reservation, Minn., to 
homesteaders. F 18 

Honduras. Congress convenes. Ja 4. 

FINANCE. 

Treaty signed whereby American bankers 
lend Honduras $10,000,000. Ja 10 

Treaty submitted to U. S. Senate. Ja 25 

Honduras Congress refuses Morgan loan 
transaction. F 3 

Contract for American loan to Honduras 
signed. New York. F 15 

U. S. Senate committee on foreign relations 
reports favorably on U. S. $10,000,000 loan 
for Honduran debt. Je 9 

REVOLUTION. 

Ramon Soto, revolutionary leader, gives up 

revolt against government. Ja 27 

Insurgents capture city Yoro. Ja 27 

Puerto Cortez evacuated by Hondurans, taken 

by British and Americans. F i 

Peace negotiations considered* F 5 

Revolutionists gain Puerto Cortez. F 7 

Armistice signed by Pres. Davila and Gen. 

Bonilla. F 8 

Gen. Bonilla withdraws as candidate for 

provisional Pres. F 24 

Dr. F. Beltran chosen provisional Pres. Mr 4 
Beltran elected by Congress as first vice-pres. 

Mr 7 
Troops disarmed. Mr 9 

Gen. Lara, Gen. Palma, 40 others killed in 

riot, Tegucigalpa. Mr 21 

See also Neutrality. 

Hooker, Frank Arthur, judge, b. 1844. d. Jl 10 

Hooker, Sir Joseph Dalton, naturalist, b. 181 7 

d. D II 
Hopkins, A. C, Presb. clergyman, b. 1835. 

d. Je 9 
Hornet (Gunboat). See Neutrality. 

Horse shows. International horse show opens, 
at London, Americans win two firsts. Je 12 

Hospitals, U. S. 

Seven women physicians ousted from staff 
of Mary Thompson Hospital, Chicago, 
for disloyalty. Mr 3, 

Hours of labor. Supreme Court decides it 
legal for railroads to employ telegraph 
operators for 6 hr., then 3 hr. more after 
interval. Mr 13 



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House of Governors. 4th annual conference 
at Spring Lake, N. J. S 1 2 

Votes to appeal to Supreme Court to check 
autocracy of inferior federal courts. S 14 

Adjourns. S 15 

Houssaye, Henri. French historian, b. 1848. 

d. S 34 
Howe, Sir Assheton Gore Curzon-. See Curzon- 
Howe, Sir Assheton Gore. 

Howe, £dgar Watson. First number of magazine 
issued. F 23 

Howell, Edwin Eugene, relief map and model 
maker, b. 1845. d- ^P ^^ 

Hoyt, H: M., lawyer, b. 1857. d. N 20, '10 

Hozey, Archie, aviator. d. D 31, '10 

Hughes, C: Jas., jr., senator, b. 1853. d. Ja 11 

Hunt, C: Wallace, engineer, b. 1841. d. Mr 27 

Immigration. 

Canada, 

Government decides to stop immigration of 
negroes from U. S. F 24 

Canadian consul declares no immigration law 
applying to color. Mr 22 

Imperial conference. First meeting at Lon- 
don. My 23 

Inch, R: rear-admiral U. S. N. b. 1843. ^' ^P ^^ 

Income tax. Mass. Senate fails to support 
amendment to U.S. Constitution by one vote. 

My 3 
Wis. Senate passes bill levying tax. Je 29 

India. Capital changed from Calcutta to Delhi. 

D 12 

Indiana centennial. Committee appointed t« 

plan 19 1 6 centennial. F 7 

Indians of N. America. Battle near Reno, 

Nev., between Indians and state police, 9 

killed. F 27 

British Columbia pays Songhees Indians 

$425,000 for reserve at Victoria, B. C. 

Ap4 
government relations. 

See Public lands (U.S.) 

Inheritance tax. House passes bill imposing 
tax in D. C. D 12, *io 

Initiative. See Referendum. 

Institute of France. Decides women ineligible 
as members, rejecting Mme. Curie, radium 
discoverer. Ja 4 

Institute of metals. Meets at Newcastle-on- 
Tyne. S 20 

Insurance, State. 

England. 

Lloyd-George introduces in Commons plan 
of State insurance against unemployment and 
sickness. My 4 

Bill passes third reading in Commons, first 
reading in Lords. D 6 

Passes second reading in Lords. '; D 11 

Bill passes final reading. I^ 15 

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INDEX TO DATES OF CURRENT EVENTS IN 1911 

Insurance, State. 

Germany, 

New regulations go into effect. Ja i, '12 

International Exhibition of Industries and 
Labor. Opens at Turin, Italy. Ap 29 

International Harvester Co. Mo. Supreme 
Court fines company $50,000, and forbids 
it to do business in state imless it separates 
from N. J. corporation. N 14 

Court grants company writ of error, case may 
go to U. S. Supreme Court D 6 

International Institute op Agriculture. 
Meets at Rome. My 14 

International Medical Conference. Meets 
at Mukden, China. Ap 3 

International Press Congress. Opens at 
Rome. My 4 

International Typographical Union. 57 th 
convention, San Francisco. Ag 14 

Interstate Commerce Commission. B. H. 
Meyer and C. C. McChord made members. 

D 12, '10 
Makes fixed rule for reparation claims. Ja 5 

Iowa, Univ. of. Pres. 0: E. MacLean resigns. 

Fi 
John G. Bowman elected Pres. F 24 

Ireland. " 

HOME rule. 

Irish Parliamentary party decides not to take 

part in coronation. F 21 

Irish Home Rule scheme, secretly prepared 

by Asquith, Birrell and others of Commons, 

discussed by cabinet. O 31 

" Ironquill." See Ware, Eugene Fitch. 

Isodore, Sister, b. 1826. d. Ja 6 

Israels, Joseph, Dutch painter, b. 1824. 

d. Ag 12 
Italy. Declares war on Turkey. S 29 

cabinet. 
Resigns. Mr 19 

New cabinet formed, Giolitti premier. Mr 29 

semi-centennial. 

Jubilee celebration of unity opened by King. 

Mr 27 

German Crown Prince and Princess visit 

Italian King and Queen. Ap 6 

Fireworks on Mt. Mario, end of celebration. 

Ap 21 
Ives, Halsey Cooley, art director, b. 1846. 

d. My 6 
Jackson, J: Hufi^ilings. £ng. M.D. b. 1835. 

d. O7 
Jaggard, Edwin Ames, judge, b. 1859. d. F 13 

Janeway, £: Gamaliel, M.D. b. 1841. d. F 10 

Japan. 

cabinet. 

Count Katsura resigns as premier. Ag 24 



emperor. 
Sec Mutsuhito, Emperor op Japan, 



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Japan 

imperial diet. 
Opens. Ja 20 

Budget for 1911-12 passes lower house. F 13 

TREATIES. 

See Treaties— U. S. and Japan. 

Jenkins, J: J., ex-congressman, b. 1843. d. Je 1 1 

Jenkinson, J:, consul, b. 1825. d. O 25 

Jerusalem. Inhabitants aroused to riot by 
report English archaeologists had excavated 
Israel's holy treasures. My 3 

Jews. 

Russia. 

Gov. Maklakofif begins to expel Jews from 

Tchemigov; 219 families in one district 

marched through snow. F 23 

2,000 expelled from Tchemigov. Mr i 

Holy Synod forbids Jews to bear Christian 

first names. Mr 30 

Refusal to let American Jews enter and travel 

in Russia. D3 

John, Prince of Denmark, b. 1825. d. My 27 

Johnson, TomLoftin, ex-mayor.b. 1854. d. Ap 10 

Jones, Fernando, title examiner, b. 1820. 

d. N8 
Jones, G: W:, mathematician, b. 1837. d. O 30 

Junguito, Rt. Rev. Javier. d. O 21 

Keith, W:, artist, b. 1839. d. Ap 13 

Kelly, Aloysius Oliver Joseph, M.D. b. 1870. 

d F23 

Kentucky, Univ. of. Pres. Jas. J. Patterson 

retires, succeeded by H. S. Parker. D 31,' 10 

Kiefer, Hermann, M.D. b. 1825. d. O 11 

Kildare, Owen Frawley, journalist, author, b. 
1864. d. F 4 

King, Franklin Hiram, agric. scientist, b. 1848. 

d. Ag 5 
Kinnicutt, Leonard Parker, chemist, b. 1854. 

d. F6 

Kipling, J: Lockwood, retired Indian Educ. 

Service, b. 1837. d. Ja 29 

Kipp, C: J:, M.D. b. 1838. d. Ja 13 

Kipp, G: Washington, ex-congressman, b. 1847. 

d. Jl 25 
Kittredge, Alfred Beard, ex-senator, b. 1861. 

d. My 4 
Kiein, Bruno Oscar, composer, pianist, b. 1858. 

d. Je 21 
Kline, Marcus C. L., ex-congressman, b. 1874. 

d. Mr 10 
Knapp, Herman, M.D. b. 1832. d. Ap 30 

Knapp, Martin Augustine. Appointed member 
of commerce court. D 12, *io 

Knapp, Seaman Asahel, agric. educator, b. 
1833. d. Ap I 

Knight, Clarence A., lawyer, b. 1853. d. Je 21 

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INDEX TO DATES OF CURRENT EVENTS IN 1911 



Knighty Rev. G: Thomson, theologian, b. 1850 

d. S 10 

Knott, Jas* Proctor, ex-governor, b. 1829. 

d. Je 18 
Knowles, Hiram, judge, b. 1834. d. Ap 6 

Komnra, Jntaro, Japanese diplomat, b. 1855. 

d.N34 
Labor contracts. Supreme Court decides 

Alabama's labor contract law invalid. Ja 3 

Labor exchanges. German Reichstag passes 
second reading of bill establishing exchanges 
made up of employers and employees, to 
settle disputes. D 7, '10 

Lamar, Jos. Rucker. Made Associate Justice 

Supreme Court. D 13, 'zo 

Begins duties. Ja 3 

Lambdin, Alfred Cochran, editor, b. 1846. 

d. N7 
Land frauds. See Public lands (U. S.) 

Landon, Melville De Lancey (Eli Perkins), 
humorist, b. 1839. ^* ^ 1^1 '^^ 

Landslides. 30 buried tmder slide, Norman 
mine, Mesaba range, Minn. Mr 1 1 

Langford, Nathaniel Pitt banker, b. 1833. 

d. 0x8 
Lamed, C: W:, colonel U. S. A. b. 1850. 

d. Je 19 
Last, W: J:, Eng. museum director, b. 1857. 

d. Ag 7 
Latrobe, Ferdinand Claiborne, lawyer, b. 1833. 

d. Ja 13 
Latta, Jas. P., congressman, b. 1844. d. S 11 

Lawes-Wittewronge, Sir C:, sculptor, b. 1843. 

d. 6 

Leach, C. F. Leach, Cleveland's former Col- 
lector of Customs, sues Secretary of Treasury 
MacVeagh for $100,000 for libel. My i 

Leary, Peter, jr., brig-gen. U. S. A. b. 1840. 

d. F13 
Legros, Alphonse, artist, b. 1837. d. D 8 

Lehigh Valley R. R. Action begtm against, 
to separate coal mining business from rail- 
roading. Jl 6 

Lehmann, F: W. Made U. S. Solicitor-general 
M« D3, '10 

Lemley, Rev. J: b. 1844. d. Ja 28 

Letchwortii, W. Piyor, philanthropist, author, 
b. 1823. d. D I, '10 

Lewis, Sir George Henry, lawyer, b. 1833. 

d. D 7 

Lewis, Ida (Mrs. W: H. Wilson), life-saver. 

b. 1841. d. O 24 

Lexow, Clarence, lawyer, b. 1852. d. D 30, '10 

Libel. Supreme Court rejects Panama libel 

suit against Press Publishing Co., Ja 3 

Gov. Baldwin, Conn., decides against suing 

Roosevelt for slanderous criticism of labor 

decisions. Ja 25 



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LiBKASIES. 

lUUy. 

King Victor Emanuel lays cornerstone of new 
National L., Florence. My 8 

First Russian librarians' conference. St. Peters- 
burg. Je 14-20 
United States. 

Great N. Y. public library dedicated. My 23 
Jas. WhitcomD Riley presents $75,000 plot to 
Indianapolis for new public library. Jl 12 
New Bedford F. P. L. dedicated. D i, '10 

League of L. Commissions meeting, Chicago. 

Ja3-4 
Special Libraries Assn. meeting at Chicago. Ja 5 
A. L. A. Council meeting, Chicago P. L. Ja 5 
Meeting of college and university librarians of 

middle west, Chicago P. L. Ja 6 

Wheeling, W. Va., P. L. opens. Ja g 

Chalmers, Hadley, sec'y of A. L. A. succeeds 

C: R. Dudley as librarian of Denver P. L. F 7 
Mark Twain library dedicated. Redding, Ct. 

F18 
W: Parker Cutter resigns as librarian of Forbes 

L., Northampton, Mass., to become librarian 

of Engineering Societies in United Engineering 

Soc. bldg., N. Y. Mr i 

N. J. L. A. and Penn. L. C. Atlantic City 

meeting. Mar lo-i i 

N. Y. State Library, Albany, almost totally 

destroyed by fire. Mr 29 

W : J : Fletcher resigns librarianship of Amherst 

Coll. Library. My 11 

J: Adams Lowe elected librarian of Williams 

Coll. My II 

A. L. A. holds 23d annual conference at Pasa- 
dena, Cal. A. L. I. meets during conference. 

My 18-24 
New Carnegie bldg., Univ. of Tenn. L., Knox- 

ville, opens. My 30 

Library school in N. Y. established by Carnegie 

opens. O 2 

N. Y. L. A. meets. S 25-0 2 

A. L. I. holds second meeting in N. Y. S 27-8 
Comer-stone of Elizabeth (N. J.) F. P. L. laid. 

O28 

CARNEGIE GIFTS 

Dayton, O. (2 branch 1. bldgs.), $50,000. Ja 6 
Evansville, O. (2 branch 1. bldgs.), $50,000. Ja 6 
Los Angeles, Cal. (6 branch bldgs.), $210,000. 

Ja3i 
Seattle, Wash. (2 branch bldgs.), $70,000. Ja 31 

Plainfield, N. T., $50,000. F 7 

Edmonton, Alberta, Can., $60,000. F 20 

Denver, Colo. (4 branches), $80,000. Ap 8 

Sioux City, la., $75,000. Ap 8 

NECROLOGY 

Foss, Sam Walter, librarian, poet, Somerville, 
Mass. b. 1858. d. F 26 

McKnight, E:, public librarian, Chorley, Eng. 

d. Mr 4 

Whitney, H: Mitchell, librarian Blackstone Me- 
morial L., Branford, Ct. b. 1843. d. Mr 26 

Baker, G: Hall, librarian emeritiis Columbia 
Univ. b. 1850. d. Mr 27 

Gibson, Irene, assistant in Library of Congress. 

d.Jl9 

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INDEX TO DATES OF CURRENT EVENTS IN 1911 



Libraries. 

Hall, E : W., librarian Colby College, d. S 8, 'lo 
Whitney, Ja. Lyman, chief dep. of documents 

and statistics Boston P. L. b. 1835. 

d. S 25, '10 
Crunden, F: Morgan, librarian St. Louis P. L. 

b. 1847. d. O 28 

Taylor, Mary W., librarian of U. S. Bureau of 

Chemistry. d. D 13 

License system. See Local option. 

Liebennaim von Sonnenberg, liaz Hugo, Germ, 
army officer, b. 1848. d. S 18 

Lincoln memorial. Granite temple over Lin- 
coln cabin, Hodgenville, Ky., dedicated. N 9 

Lipplncott, Craige, publisher, b. 1846. d. Ap 6 

Liquor laws. Minneapolis ministers protest 
against move to keep saloons open till mid- 
night instead of eleven p.m. Ja 23 

Case of suppressing liquor traffic among 
Indians, Minn., sent to Congress. Ja 16 

Pres. Taft's asks Congress for new Indian 
liquor legislation, having abrogated 1847 
treaty. F 18 

See also Local option; Prohibition. 

Lisle, Robt. Patton, rear-admiral U. S. N. b. 
1842. d. O 30 

Little, C: Jos., theologian, b. 1840. d. Mr 11 

Live Stock Association, American National. 
14th annual convention adjourns, Ft. Worth, 
Tex. Ja 12 

Livingston, Johnston, expressman. d. My 7 

Loan sharks. Suits began against 5 salary loan 
companies by Russcdl Sage foimdation. N. Y. 

Ja7 

Local option. Gov. of Ind. signs Proctor bill, 

repealing county local option bill. F 3 

Ala. Representatives pass Parks bill. F 9 

Senate passes Parks bill. F 17 

Dean amendment to county local option bil 

lost in House, Columbus, O. F 21 

National Municipal League decides to study 

' local option question. N 16 

Lochee, Edmond Robertson, ist baron, b. 1845. 

d. S 14 

LoETSCHBERG TuNNEL. Bemese Alps tunnel. 
3d longest in Europe, cost $20,000,000, 
completed. Mr 31 

London, Eng. Battle between anarchists and 
police. Ja 3 

Longpr^, Patd de. See De Longpr^, Paul . 

Loomis, C: Battell, author, b. 1861. d. S 23 

Lord, Natiumiel Wright, chemist, b. 1854. 

d. My 23 
Lord, W: Paine, ex-governor, b. 1838. d. F 17 

Lore, C: Brown, judge, b. 183 1. d. Mr 6 

Lorimer, W: Senate investigating committee 

declares groundless charges against. D 12, '10 

Beveridge discusses bribery charges in Senate. 

Jap 
D. W. Holstaw resigns from HI. State Senate. 

Ja II 



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Lorimer. Coe J. Crawford denounces Lorimer in 
Senate. Ja ii 

Lorimer's allies try to prevent vote to oust 
Lorimer. Ta i6 

Burrows defends Lorimer, Borah replies. Ja i8 
Paynter tries to drag Pres. into case. Ja 35 
Cummins riddles Lorimer's defense, exposes 
lobby. Ja 26 

To escape decision this session, Lorimer's 
allies ask further investigation. F 2 

Root speaks against Lorimer. F 3 

Burton accuses Lorimer of implication in 
plot to defeat Hopkins. F 6 

Lorimer appeals to Senate. F 23 

Retains seat in Senate by 6 majoritv. Mr i 
Senate refuses to pay Lorimer 925,000 de- 
fense expenses. Mr 3 
Springfield jury acquits State Senator J. 
Broderick of bribing Holstaw for Lorimer. 

Mr 24 

C. S. Funk testifies £: Hines, lumber dealer, 

asked him as Harvester Co. manager to 

give $10,000 to elect Lorimer. Ap 5 

La Follette introduces Senate resolution for 

another investigation. Ap 6 

E: Tilden, packer, G: M. Benedict, W: C. 

Cummins, bankers, arrested by 111. Senate 

for using corrupt means in Lorimer election 

Ap 26 
Senate Audit Committee authorizes expenses 
for second inquiry. My 4 

E: Tilden and bankers need not appear before 
Helm committee or show books. My 6 

Helm committee reports to 111. Senate conclu- 
sion Lorimer elected by bribery. My 17 
m. Senate requests U. S. Senate to reopen 
case. My 18 
Senate votes unanimously to reopen case. Je i 
New investigation committee chosen. Je 5 
Hearing begun; Cyrus W. McCormick witness. 

Je 20 
Gov. Deneen, HI., testifies. Jl 14 

£x-Sen. Aldrich denies several essentials 
Hine's evidence. Jl 20 

Investigation re-opened, Chicago. O 10 

Investigation re-opened, Washington. D 4 

Lorimer, Wright, actor, b. 1874. d. D 22 

Los Angeles Times case. 22 indictments 
against unknown persons connected with 
Times Bldg. explosion. Ja 5 

J: J. and Jas. B. McNamara and Ortie Mc- 
Manigal arrested in Indianapolis for com- 
plicity in explosion. Ap 22 
Alleged dynamiters arrive in Los Angeles. Ap 36 
21 new indictments against them. My 4 
American Federation of Labor appeals for 
f imd to defend accused labor men. My 9 
McNamaras' trial begins. O 9 
Jas. B. McNamara's trial begins. On 
J. B. McNamara pleads guilty of dynamiting 
Times Bldg., J: J. McNamara of dynamiting 
Llewellyn iron plant. D i 
Jas. B. gets life imprisonment, John J. 15 
years in penitentiary. D 5 
Both enter San Quentin prison. D 10 

See also Buiuis, W: J. 

Lottdenskger, H: Clay, congressman, b. 1852. 

d. Ag 12 

Louise, Princess of Belgiiim. Sues for $8,000,000 
left by father. King Leopold. D 9, *io 



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INDEX TO DATES OF CURRENT EVENTS IN 1911 



Loveringy H: Bacon, congressman, b. 1841. 

d. Ap 5 
Lofwell, Francis Cabot, judge, b. 1855. d. Mr 6 

Lumber trust. Government brings suit against, 
alleging unreasonable restraint of trade. 

My 19 

Investigation of trust begim, Chicago district 

court. Je 5 

In(Uctments against secretaries of z4 associa- 
tions for violation of Sherman law. Je 23 

Government brings suit against trust, Den- 
ver. S 27 

Government begins fifth suit in fight to break 
up trust, St. Paul. O 24 

McBride, G: Wickliffe, ex-senator, b. 1854. 

m d. Je 18 

McCann, £: Chicago police inspector, serving 

sentence for taking bribes from divekeepers, 

pardoned. My 4 

McCook, J: Jas., lawyer, b. 1845. d. S 17 

McCtdlougfa, Myrtle Reed, author, b. 1874 

d. Ag 17 

McDonald, J: B., railway contractor, b. 1844. 

d. Mr 17 

McGill, Very Rev. Jas., b. 1827. d. My 18 

Mackay-Smith, Rev. Alexander, Bp. of Penn. 
b. 1850. d. N 16 

McKeen, Jas., lawyer, b. 1844. d. F 22 

McLane, J:, ex-governor, b. 1852. d. Ap 13 

McNamara, J: J., and McNamara, Jas. B. See 
Los Angeles Thies case. 

MacWhirter, J: Scotch painter, b. 18^7. 

d. Ja 28 
Madero, Francisco I. Elected President of Mex- 
ico. O I 

Madison, Edmond H., congressman, b. 1865. 

d. S 18 

Magruder, David Lynn, brig-gen. U. S. A. 

b. 1825. d. N 22, '10 

Maine. 

poutics and governicent. 

House passes Senate bill re-submitting pro- 
hibition question to people. F 16 

Maine votes on repeal of prohibition clause of 
constitution. S 11 

Gov. Plaisted and council accept recoimt of 
votes of 4 towns; Maine retains prohibi- 
tion. N 6 

Maine (Battleship.) Memorial services on 

13 th anniversary of destruction of, Havana 

and Washington. ^ F 15 

Army and navy board reports after inspection 

Maine was blown up from outside. D 8 

Malaga, Spain. Republic proclaimed, Canillas 
de Aceitune. Ap 10 

Mallalieu, WUlard Francis, M. £. bishop, b. 
1828. d. Ag I 

Mallory, Rev. R. DeWitt b. 1851. d. Ja 29 

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Mamchukia. Declares itself neutral in Man- 
chu-Chinese muddle. N 13 

Manderaon, C: S:, ex-senator, b. 1837. d. S 28 

Mamiy Rev. Austiii W. b. 1841. d. Ja 21 

Maimftll, Rev. H:, b. 1835. d. N 9 

Mantelly Mrs. Robt Bruce. See Russell, 
Marie Booth. 

March, Ftands Andrew, philologist, b. 1825. 

d. S 9 
Maria Pia, dowager queen PortogaL b. 1848. 

d.Jls 
Marthi, S:, D. D. b. 1836. d. D 24, '10 

Massachusetts. 

POLITICS AND government. 

Gov. Eugene H. Foss assumes office. Ja 5 

Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 
Celebrates 50th anniversary at opening 
Congress of Technology. Ap 10 

Mather, Robt, lawyer, railroad official, b. 1859. 

d. O 24 

MatttiewB, Edmund Orville, rear-admiral U. S. N. 

b. 1836. d. Ja 30 

Matthews, G: E:, editor, b. 1855. d. Je 11 

Maxwell, J: Rogers, capitalist, b. 1846. 

d. D II, '10 
Meigs, J:, head master, b. 1853. d. N 6 

Men and Religion Forward Movement. Be- 
gins national campaign. O i 



itt, Wesley, major-gen. U. S. A. b. 18^6. 

d. D 3, ^10 

Merry, William Lawrence, diplomat, b. 1842. 

d. D 14 

Methodism. Joint commission of 3 branches 

meets to plan for unification. My 8 

Methodist Episcopal Church. World's con- 
ference begins, Toronto, Canada. O 4 

M. £. Church in U. S. Board of Conference 
votes $2,000,000 for support of super- 
annuated ministers. F i 
191 2 conference to be in Minneapolis. F9 

Mexico. 

CABINET. 

Resigns to further reform action. Mr 34 

F. L. De la Barra appointed Minister Foreign 

A£fairs. Mr 35 

POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT. 

F. I. Madero nominated for Pres. by progressive 

party. Ag 30 

Madero elected. O x 

Madero inaugurated. N 6 

REVOLUTION. 

Breaks out in north; towns seized by revolu- 
tionists. N 21, '10 

Minister of War announces quiet restored. 

N 24, '10 

Battle at Cerro Prieto in Chihuahua, 84 
kiUed. D 13, '10 

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INDEX TO DATES OF CURRENT EVENTS IN 1911 



Mexico. Revolution. 

Federal troops defeated, La Junta. D i6, 'lo 
Town taken in Chihuahua. Ja 4 

Skirmish on Rio Grande, 20 killed. Ja 13 

American troops sent to border to guard 
neutrality laws. J^ ^5 

Insurgents take Mezicali, win other nghts. 

Ja29 
Juarez deserted in fear of attack. F 2 

Federals win at Juarez. F k 

Federal Gen. Navarro gains Juarez and 
Orozco. F 14 

Juarez placed under martial law. F 15 

Insurgents retreat; Navarro takes Guadalupe. 

F 20 
600 insurgents under Madero defeated at 
Casas Grandes, loss 200. Mr 6 

Government decides to resort to martial law 
and summary execution. Mr 1 1 

500 insurgents under Gen. Blanco defeated 
near Agua Prieta. Mr 12 

Two more states, Coahuilo and Morelos, re- 
volt. Mr 13 
Government asked to release Blatt and Con- 
verse, Americans, on ground of arrest on 
American soil. Mr 14 
Insurgent leader demands that Diaz declare 
his 19 10 election null, and submit to new free 
election. Mr 16 
Finance minister Limantour begins pacifica- 
tion. Mr 20 
Madero proposes to resign as provisional 
Pres. Ap 7 
Insurgents capture Agua Prieta. Ap 13 
Madero demands surrender of Juarez. Ap 19 
Converse and Blatt released. Ap 21 
5-day armistice to discuss peace agreement 
signed. Ap 23 
Diaz calls former rival, Bernardo Reyes, 
home to help him. Ap 24 
Armistice extended ^ days more. Ap 27 
Armistice broken, insurgents prepare to at- 
tack. My 6 
Diaz promises to resign when peace is restored. 

My 7 
150 insurgents attack Juarez, but retreat. 

My 8 
[uarez taken. My 10 

Hth Juarez as capital, Madero appoints 
cabinet. My 11 

Pres. Diaz declares terms of peace. My 17 

Peace signed at Juarez. My 21 

Diaz resigns, De la Barra made provisional 
Pres. My 25 

Diaz goes to Spain. M^ 26 

Madero enters Mexico City amid enthusiam. 

Je7 
Federalists and Maderists fight two days at 

Puebla, 13s killed. Jl 13 

Reyes arrested in Texas for attempt to organize 

in U. S. expedition against Mexico. N 18 
Reyes imprisoned. D 25 

MViels, Pliilip VerrOl, author, b. 1869. d. 13 

Mills, Roger Quailee, ex-senator, b. 1832. 

d. S 2 

Mine acxiidents. 30 miners killed. Bottom Creek 

Coal and Coke Co., Vivian, W. Va. N 18 

Explosion, Great Cross mine, Knoxville Iron 

Co., Tenn., 200 killed. D 9 

See also Coal mines— Accidents. 



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Mine fises. 15 bodies found in Tonopah mine. 

F23 

Minnesota, Univ. of. G: £. Vincent elected 

Pres. D 13, '10 

Begins work, succeeding C. Northrop. Ap x 

Inaugurated. O 18 

MissoiTsi Pacific R.R. Benjamin F. Bush, 
Pres. Western Md. R.R., chosen to succeed 
Pres. G: J. Gould. Ap 3 

Mitchell, C: Elliott, lawyer, b. 1837. d Mr 17 

Moffat, D: H:, banker, b. 1839. d. Mri8 

Moisant, J: B., aviator. d. D 31, '10 

MoNA Lisa. Stolen from Louvre. Ag 22 

Monaco. Prince proclaims constitutional gov- 
ernment. Ja 7 
First constitutional elections. Ap 23 

Mongolia. Mongolia proclaimed independent. 

D 29 
Moral, Patrick Fnuids, Cardinal, b. 1830. 

d. Ag 16 

Morgan, Michael Ryan, brig.-gen. U. S. A. b. 

1833. d. S x6 

MoKMONiSM. Jos. P. Smith, at 8ist annual 

conference, declares polygamy against chiurch 

rules. Ap 6 

Conference closes. Ap 9 

Mo&occo. Revolting tribesmen surround Fez, 

cut its commumcation with Tangier, rob 

£ng., French, Germ, couriers. Mr 21 

4 battalions from Colonial army sent to 

district* Ap 17 

France intervenes under Algedras agreement. 

Ap 27 
Spaniards defeat Moroccans, 1,000 killed. S 13 

FOREIGN RELATIONS 

Germany sends warship to Agadir to protect 
own interests. 11 2 

France and Germany come to understanding 
over Morocco dispute. Ag 4 

French cabinet agrees on maximum terms to 
be offered Germany. Ag 25 

Germany accepts French proposals. S 27 

France accepts German modifications in 
Morocco agreement. S 30 

France and Germany conclude agreements. 

O 10 

France cedes part of Congo, Germany part of 
Togoland, ending Morocco dispute. N 3 

French Chamber of Deputies ratifies agree- 
ment. D 20 

MoROS. First newspaper in Moro language 
printed in Zamboanga. Je 30 

Morton, Paul, ex-Sect. Navy. b. 1857. d. Ja 19 

Moseley, E: A:, secy. Interstate Commerce 
Commission, b. 1846. d. Ap x8 

Mother's day. Observed throughout U. S. 

^ My 14 

Motor boat races. American Dixie IV wins 

first international. S 4 

Dixie IV wins second race. S 5 



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Mottly Felix, Ger. opera conductor, composer, 
b. 1856. d. Jl 2 

Mountaineering. French Acad, of Sciences 
declares Mrs. F. B. Workman highest woman 
mountain climber. Mr 21 

Mudd, Sydney Emanuel, congressman, b. 1858. 

d. O 21 
Municipal government by comhission. Adopt- 
ed by Spokane, Wash. D 28, 10 
Jersey City rejects. Jl 18 
Paterson, N. J., rejects. Ag 29 
Orange, N. J., rejects. S 12 
HI. Supreme Court upholds constitutionality 
of. D 21 
Munkittrick, R: Kendall, author, b. 1853. 

d. O 17 
Munro, J: Cummings, M.D. b. 1858. d. D 6, '10 

Murphy, E: jr., ex-senator, b. 1834. d. Ag 3 

Mutsuhito, emperor of Japan. Trial of 26 
accused of plotting to kill, begim at Tokyo. 

D 10, '10 
Ifance, Albinus, ez-govemor. b. 1848. d. D 7 

Nash, Edwin A., judge, b. 1836. d. Jl 23 

Nash, Francis Philip, college prof. b. 1836. 

d. Fs 

Nation, Mrs. Carrie Moore, temperance partisan. 

b. 1846. d. Je 9 

National Cash Register Co. Suit filed against, 
charging conspiracy in restraint of trade. 

D4 

National Civic Federation. Chairman J: 

Mitchell, former head United Mine Workers, 

resigns. Mr i 

National Civil Service Reform League. 
Meets at Baltimore. D 16, '10 

National Conservation Congress. 3d annual 
session, Kansas City, Mo. S 25 

National Education Association. Mobile, 

Ala., convention of department of supts. 

closes. F 25 

39th annual convention, San Francisco. Jl 8 

C. G. Pearse, Milwaukee, made pres. Jl 13 

National forests. Senate passes Appalachian 
and White Mt. forest reserve bill, allowing 
states to make agreements with one another 
to conserve forests and water supply. F 15 

Heybum amendment asking forest reserve 
appropriation be reduced from $5,000,000 
to $1,000,000 defeated. Mr i 

Supreme Court decides federal government, 
not states, shall decide use of reserves. My i 

National monetary commission. Senator 

Cummins introduces bill abolishing on 

Dec 5. Ap 13 

Senator Bailey resigns from. Ag 11 

Begins N. Y. hearing on proposed monetary 

reforms. O 16 

Nelson W. Aldrich submits to commission 

revised plan for monetary legislation. O 19 

See also Banks and banking — ^Aldrich 

PLAN. 

National Progressive Republican League. 
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National taxiff commission. Meets at Wash- 
ington. Ja II 

Navy yasds and naval stations. Olongapo 
to be o\ir war base and main repair station 
in Asiatic waters. Jft ^7 

Nebraska. 

politics and government. 
Prohibition governor assumes office. Ja 5 

Negroes. 

Canada. 

See Immigration— Canada. 

United Stales. 

Raise $66,000 in 10 days for negro Y. M. C. A 
building. Ja 16 

Nepal. First hydro-electric installation at. 

Jl 16 
If eruda, Mme. If ormaii. See Halle, Lady Wflma. 

Nettleton, Alfred Bayard, soldier, journalist, 
b. 1838. d. Ag II 

Netttrality. U. S. seizes Honduran gunboat 
Hornet for violating neutrality laws, Trujillo 

Ja 22 

Bonilla, Christinas, Davidi, Beer, indicted in 

Hornet filibustering case, New Orleans. 

F18 
Trial begins. Ap 6 

See also Honduras — Revolution. 

Ifevins, H: M., lawyer, b. 1841. d. Ja 28 

New Mexico. 

constitution. 

Proposed, condemned by Dem. territorial 

convention. D 18, '10 

As framed by constitutional convention, 

ratified. Ja 21 

Anti-Saloon Lea^^ue and W. C. T. U. oppose, 

alleging fraud m passage of. F 16 

Pres. Taft urges Congress to approve. F 24 
House ratifies constitution providing for 

statehood. Mr i 

See also Arizona — Constitution. 

New York City. 

BUDGET. 

2d exhibit opens. O 2 



CHARTER. 

g on prop4 
Defeated in Senate cities committee. S 30 



xst public hearing on proposed new, ^ ^^ 



FIRE DEPT. 

Chief E: F. Croker resigns. Ap 17 

J: Kenlon appointed Chief. Ag 6 

HARBOR. 

International Mercantile Marine Co. allowed 
to extend 2 pier heads 100 ft. into North R. 

Mr 14 

POLICE. 

Commissioner Cropsey resigns, Rhinelander 
Waldo appointed to succeed. My 30 

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New York University. Dr. Elmer E. Brown, 

late U. S. Commissioner of Educ, chosen 

chancell(v. Ap 24 

Dr. Brown installed. N 9 

Newcomb, Horatio Victor, capitalist, b. 1844. 

d. Na 

Newfoundlakd fisheries. U. S. and Canadian 

commissioners decide to change regulations ' 

objected to by U. S. Ta 13 

Details agreed upon. Ja 14 

Newspapers. 

Philippine Idands, 
See MoROS. 

Nicaragua. Revolutionists blow up La Lama 
fortress. Je i 

FINANCE. 

Assembly authorizes Pres. Estrada to arrange 

American loan. My 7 

Treaty providing for loan signed by U. S. Ja 6 

Nicaragua Congress approves loan. O 9 

POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT. 

Pres. Juan Estrada inaugurated. Ja i 

Adolf o Diaz chosen Pres. My 10 

New cabinet chosen. My 11 

New ministry formed. O 26 

NoBEL PRIZE. For 1910, goes to Bern, Switzer- 
land, international permanent peace bureau. 

D 10 '10 
Norsemen. See Northmen. 

Nortfacote, H: Staffordi ist baxon. b. 1846. 

d. S 39 

Northmen. x,oooth anniversary, landing of, 

Rouen, France. Je 10 

N01I011, C: Stnarty rear-admiral U. S. N. b. 
1836. d. Je 34 

Oakes, Jos., soldier, b. 1826. d. N 27, '10 

Observatories. Univ. of Michigan students 
begin work in new. My i 

O'Connor, Most Rev. Dennis, Archbp. Laodicea 
(Can.), b. 1 841. d. Je 30 

Ohio. W. C. Hajres gives state Spiegal Grove, 
home of U. S. Pres. Hayes, for state historical 
society. Je 21 

Oil wells. See Petrolextm. 

Ojeda, EmiUo, manqnis de. d. Je 5 

Oklahoma. 

CAPITAL. 

Oklahoma City to be permanent capital. F 9 

Oiin, W: Mik>, sec'y Mass. Commonwealth 
b. 1845. d. Ap 15 

Olifer, C: A:, ophthalmologist, b. 1853. 

d. Ap8 

Omnibus claims bill. Aggregates $3,000,000; 

killed by House committee. Ja 23 

Mr. Mann produces filibuster to detain vote on. 

F 17 
Pastes House. F 20 

Su also U. S. — ^Appropriations. 



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Onslow, W: Hillier, 4th earl of, b. 1853. 

d. O 23 
Opeka houses. See Theatre. 

Orcatt, Cahrin B., financier, manufacturer, b. 
1847. d- Ja 30 

Ort, Rev. S: Alfred, theologian, b. 1843. 

d. Ja6 
Osgood, Rev. Howard, Baptist, b. 1831. d. N 28 

Ozmi]ii,£:H:, consul-gen. b. 1857. d. D9/10 

Packing industry. 10 Chicago packers again 
indicted for conspiracy in restraint of trade. 

D 16, '10 

U. S. District Attorney asks dissolution of 
suit against Nat. Packing Co. D 27, '10 

Packers' attorneys object. D 28, '10 

Judge Kohlsaat rules government had right 
to dismiss suit. Ja 3 

Judge Carpenter denies packers' plea that they 
should be tried, if at all, for contempt of 
court in violating Judge Grosscup's 1902 
injunction. Ja 9 

Judge Carpenter refuses to quash indictments, 
places Umit on 1906 " immimity bath ** 
freedom from liability granted by Judge 
Humphrey. Mr 22 

Judge Carpenter overrules packers' demurrer, 
orders them to trial. My 12 

Judge Kohlsaat issues writ of habeas corpus 
to packers. N 14 

Quashes writ, but court postpones trial 2 days 

N18 

Judge Carpenter postpones trial to Dec. 6. 

N 24 

Trial begins. D 6 

British government decides not to give the 
Amer. meat packers its yearly $20,000,000 
contract. D 15 

Paget, RtRev. Francis, Bp. of Oxford, b. 1851. 

d. Ag 2 

PaNA1£A. 

RAILROADS. 

National assembly votes $6,000,000 for rail- 
road construction. O 9 

DIPLOMATIC AFFAIRS. 

Dr. Belisario Porras, minister at Washington, 
recalled. O 7 

Panama canal. Representative Mann intro- 
duces bill for operation of. Ja 14 

Panama commercial conference considers prep- 
arations for opening of, and trade relations 
between Americas. F 1 2 

Bids opened in Wash, for French " scrap " 
along route of. S 5 

FORTIFICATION. 

Taft asks Congress for $5,000,000 for. Ja 12 

Discussion of, opens in House. Ja 19 

House votes $3,000,000 for. F 25 

Senate passes $3,000,000 bill. Mr 3 

Panama canal bonds. $50,000,000 bond issue 
opened to popular subscription. My 16 

Panama canal exposition. House committee 
recommends New Orleans as site. Ja 20 

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INDEX TO DATES OF CURRENT EVENTS IN 1911 



Panama canal exposition. 

Albany Legislature asks Congress to name 
San Francisco as site. Ja 23 
House indorses San Frandsco. Ja 31 
Senate decides on San Francisco. Fix 
Pres. Taft approves San Frandsco. F 15 
Ground broken at San Francisco for exposi- 
tion. O 14 

Paraguay. 

politics and government. 

Congress accepts Pres. Gondra's resignation, 
elects Col. Jara Pres. J& 19 

Parcels post. Rural parcels post bill intro- 
duced in Senate. Ja 13 

Pardons. Gov. Patterson, Tenn., pardons 17 

State prison convicts. Ja 34 

Gov. Hay, Wash., pardons J. K. Edmiston, 

pres. Walla Walla Security Savings Bank. 

Ta3i 

Pres. Taft refuses to pardon bankers J: R. 

Walsh and C: W. Morse. My 34 

Paret, Rt Rev. W:, Bp. of Md. b. 1826. d. Ja 18 

Pannele, Mary Piatt, (Mrs. Theodore W.), 
author, b. 1843. d My 26 

Pamelly C: Stewart Statue of, unveiled at 
Dublin. O i 

Passes, Railroad. See Railroads — passes 

Patents. See Selden patent. 

Patrick, Rev. W: b. 1852. d. S 38 

Pattee, W: Sullivan, univ. dean. b. 1846 

d. Ap 4 

Patten, Jas. A. Paul Burmaster sues for $5,000,- 

000, Chicago. Ja 10 

Patterson, Jas. O'Hanloii, congressman, b. 1875 

d. O2S 

Peace. Count Albert Appon3ri, Speaker of 
Hungarian House, addresses U. S. House 
on international peace movement. F 9 

Peace prizes. See Nobel prizes. 

Peaxy, Robt £. Tells story before House com- 
mittee on naval affairs, to furnish proof 
for national recognition of North Pole dis- 
covery. Ja 7 

Repr. Macon declares Peary should be dnven 
from service. Ja 16 

Congress retires Peary with rank of rear 
admiral and highest legal pay. Mr 3 

Peck, Annie Smith. Sails for Colon to break 

her Andes climbing record. Je 3 

Ascends 2 peaks of volcano Coropuna, 18,000 

or 20,000 ft. high. Jl 16 

Peon, W: Memorial unveiled. All Hallows 
Chiurch, London. J I13 

Pennsylvania. 

CAPITOL. 

State agrees to stop action against sharers in 
capitol frauds, on restitution of $1,300,000 
and $200,000 warrants. Ja 10 

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Pensions. 

United States. 

Appropriation of $153,600,000 passes House. 

D 13, '10 
Sulloway bill passes House. Ja 10 

Senate acts on Sulloway bill. F 18 

Senate passes $153,000,000 bill. Mr 2 

Dem. House passes Sherwood bill for $75,000,- 
000 annual expenditure. D 12 

Periodicals. See Hampton's Magazine. 

Perkins, Eli. See Landon, Melville de Lancey. 

Perkins, G: Walbridge. Resigns from J. P. 
Morgan & Co., to devote hunself to corpora- 
tion interests and solution of capital and 
labor disputes. D 9, '10 

Persia. Parliament votes to engage 5 American 

financial advisers. F 2 

Sani-ed-Dowlen, Minister of Finance, shot 

dead. F 4 

W. Morgan Shuster, American, given full 

control of finances. Je 13 

Russia demands Shuster's instant dismissal 

and expenses of sending Russian troops to 

Persia. N 29 

Persia rejects Russian demands; Russian 

Foreign Minister resigns. D i 

Entire Persian ministry resigns. D 20 

Persia yields to Russia's ultimatum. D 22 

Cabinet dismisses Shuster. D 25 

Russians take Tabriz. D 29 

Petroleum. Largest well known, 120,000 bar- 
rels a day, struck 90 mi. from Tampico, Mex. 

Ta X 

Phelps, Elizabeth Stuart (Mrs. Herbert D. Ward), 
author, b. 1844. d. Ja 29 

FhUlips, David Graham, author, b. 1867. 

d. Ja 24 

Photographers Assn. of Amer. Meets in 

St. Paul. Jl 25 

Pierson, Arthur Tappan, D.D., editor, b. 1837. 

d. Je 3 
Pitman, Benn, phonographic author, b. 1822. 

d. D 28, '10 

Plague, Bubonic. Manchuria officially declared 

infected. N 23, '10 

Death rate 1,500 a week in Manchuria and 

vicinity. Fudziadian, suburb of Harbin, 

to be isolated. Ja 23 

Plague deaths estimated at 60,000, famine 

at 10,000. F 17 

Platinum. $43 an ounce for hard, $41 for soft. 

Mr 10 

Plumbing trust. Suit to dissolve Pacific coast 

trust filed, Los Angeles. D 18 

Police. Plan to prevent Central and S. Amer- 
ican revolutions by creating international 
police. D 18, *io 

Politics, Corruption in. See Elections — 
Corrupt practices. 

Polo. Americans defeat British 2d time, Mea- 
dow Brook, retain international cup. Je 9 

Poore, C: Talbot, M.E. b. 1839. d. Ap 4 

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INDEX TO DATES OF CURRENT EVENTS IN 1911 



Pope, Young John, judge, b. 1841. d. Mr 29 

PopuUition. 

United States. 

Census shows population 91,972,266; with 
insular possessions, 101,100,000. D 10, '10 

PO&TUOAL. 

CABINET. 

Spanish Royalists raid northern Portugal. O 4 
Portuguese Royalists repulsed in north. O 12 
Joao Chagas forms cabinet to succeed pro- 
visional one. S 2 

CHURCH AND STATE. 

Cabinet concludes decree separating. Ap 19 
Law promulgated. Ap 21 

Bishops discuss attitude to be taken towards 
law. Ap 24 

Bishops decide law not acceptable. My 5 

Pope's encyclical condemns government actions. 

My 29 

CONSTITUTION. 

National assembly signs constitution of new 
republic. Ag 19 

DOWAGER QUEEN. 

See Maria Pia, dowager queen. 

FOREIGN RELATIONS. 

Great Britain, Germany, Austria, Spain agree 
to recognize republic. S 11 

PENSIONS. 

Government grants ex-King Manuel $3,300 a 
month. Ja 29 

POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT. 

First constituent assembly of 192 deputies 
opens. Je 19 

Post-office. See Postal service. 

Postal inspection. Inspectors arrest principals 
of Burr Bros., N. Y. C., for selling fraudulent 
stocks for $1,000,000,000. N 21, '10 

Jas. N. Huston convicted of using mails to 
defraud. D 11, '10 

19 arrested, in Penn. and N. J., including 
Chain Shoe S3mdicate, for using mails to de- 
fraud. D 16, '10 

Robt. S. Sharp, chief inspector, reports 1680 
P. O. robberies in year. Ja 14 

Clarence D. Hillman gets 2 yrs. 6 mo. and 
$3,200 fine for using mails to defraud. Ap i 

Postal rates. Senate committee recommends 

advance in magazine postage rates. F 9 

Hitchcock gives up fight to increase rates on 

magazine advertising sections. F 19 

Senate passes $258,000,000 P. O. appropriation, 

striking out increase on advertising sections. 

Mrs 
Postal savings banks. First 48 opened. Ja 3 
' 36 more P. O.'s designated for My 7 

Postal service. All postoffices to dose on 

Sunday. Mr 24 

P. O. order afifecting freight transportation of 

magazines issued. Ag 26 

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Postal service. Order takes effect. S i 

P. O. sued for alleged favoritism in prohibiting 

Review of Reviews fast-mail service. O 13 

Postmaster-gen. Hitchcock denies favoritism 
against Review of Reviews, says change was 
for economy. D 26 

Postal service, Aerial. See aerial postal 

SERVICE. 

Potash. Independent interests in U. S. separate 

from Amer. combine to deal directly with 

German trust. Ap 27 

German-Amer. conference agrees on prices. 

My 17 

$10,000,000 syndicate to develop potash find 

at Hollowfield, Md. N 3 

Contracts between Amer. and non-syndicate 

firms canceled; Ger. syndicate, non-syndicate 

interests, and Amer. dealers ratify agreement. 

N 13 

Intemat. Agric. Corporation announces final 

agreements of Ger. and Amer. interests. D 31 

Potter, Margaret Dorton (Mrs John Donald 
Black), author, b. 1881. d. D 22 

Powder trust. Judge Lanning, U. S. Circuit 
Court, Wilmington, Del., orders dissolution 
of. Je 21 

Pratt, Le Gage, ex-congressman, b. 1 853. d. Mr 9 

Presidential campaigns. Mass. Dem. State 
campaign begins. S 26 

Presidential candidates. Robt. M. La Fol- 
lette. Wis., indorsed as Republican Progres- 
sive candidate. 16 

Presidents. 

United States. 

See U. S. — Presidents. 

Primaries. N. Y. Legislature passes Ferris- 
Blauvelt direct nomination bill. O 6 

Prize bill. Naval prize bill passes third read- 
ing. House of Commons. D 7 
Lords reject bill. D 12 

Probation system. 111. State Senate passes 
Ap Madoc's adult probation bill. My 10 

Proctor, Fletcher Hutton, ez-govemor. b. i860. 

d. S 27 

Prohibition. Tex. Senate passes prohibition 

amendment to constitution. F i 

W. Va. Senate adopts prohibition resolution. 

F7 
Prohibitionists lose Texas by 7,000 votes. 

JI24 
See also Maine — Politics and government. 

Prohibition party. Stormy session of nat. 
convention adjourns, Chicago. Ja 26 

Public drinking cxtps. See Drinking cxtps. 
Public. 

Public health. House passes Mann bill ex- 
tending scope Public Health and Marine 
Hospital Service. F 27 

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INDEX TO DATES OF CURRENT EVENTS IN 1911 

PUBUC LANDS. 

UnUed States. 

House investigating committee questions Ches- 
ter A. Long in Okla. Indian la^d fraud cases. 

Ja7 
Dept. of Justice makes plans to recover lands 

and timber supposed taken by fraud from 

Minn. Chippewas. Ja 12 

Chiperfield committee finds land grabbers have 

stolen $250,000,000 worth 111. land. F 5 

Chiperfield report sent to lU. general assembly. 

F9 
Supreme Court opens for re-argument cases of 

Hyde and Schneider, convicted of land frauds 

in Ore. and Cal. D 19 

Public libra&ies. See Ldraries. 

PaUtzer, Jos., owner N. Y. World, b. 1847. 

d. O 29 

Pure food. See Food adulteration and 

INSPECTION. 

Pyle, Howard, artist, author, b. 1853. d. N 9 

Quailesy Jos. Very, judge, b. 1843. d. O 7 

Race track gaublino. N. Y. Senate passes 
bill relieving racing associations of responsibil- 
ity for. Jl 19 

Radium institute, London. Opened. Ag 14 

RaikeSy Robt. Centenary of Sunday school 
founder celebrated, London. My 2 

Railroads. 

Panama, 
See Panama. 

United States. 

Railroad securities committee holds first meet- 
ing, Washington. N 28, '10 

Texas and Pacific R. R. judged guilty of 
storage overcharge. Ja 30 

accidents. 

Africa, 
Wreck in Cape Colony, 15 killed, many hurt. 



Ca 



Train falls through bridge, 250 ft., near Cape 
Town, 21 killed. Ap 22 

Prance, 

Wreck on Western R. R. near Courville, 10 

killed, others hurt. F 15 

Train plimges into river Thouet, 60 killed. 

N 23 
United States. 

Train breaks trestle on Alapaha R., Ga., 10 

killed, many hurt. Mr 25 

Wreck at Bridgeport, Conn., Z2 killed, many 

hurt. Jl iz 

Lehigh wreck near Manchester, N. Y., 29 killed. 

many hurt. Ag 25 

Collision on Missouri Pacific near Ft. Crook, 

Neb., 7 killed, 20 hurt. O 15 

passes. 
111. Senate passes anti-pass bill. My 2 

RATES. 

Brief in investigation of proposed freight rate 
increase filed with Interstate Commerce 
Commission. Ja 2 

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Rahjloads— Rates. 

Commission forbids long-and-short-haul pro- 
vision taking effect before commission passes 
on railroads, applications for relief imder 
section. J& 31 

Commission decides against increase in. F 23 

Federal Judge Sanborn decides for R. R. in 
Minn, rate cases. Ap 8 

Commission denies several railways' applica- 
tions for relief from long-and-short-haul 
clause. My 2 

In Fort Worth and Okla. Cit^ packing house 
case, Commission determines itself em- 
powered to suspend reduction in freight 
rates. Je 6 

Commission orders freight rate reduction from 
east to points west of Denver. Jl 24 

Commission declines to interfere with 21 j 
ct. rate to N. Y. in Minneapolis flour case. 

S 20 

Commission recognizes Flour City S. S. line, 
to carry Minneapolis flour to N. Y. at 20.2 
cts. O 13 

Rate becomes operative. O 14 

Flour City line withdraws suit to compel 
Lehigh R. R. to carry flour Buffalo to N.Y.C. 
at 9.2 cts. O 26 

Supreme Court decides Commission may not 
prevent charges for grain elevating in transit. 

N13 
Commerce Court declares long-and-short haul 

provision constitutional. N 14 

See also CoMifODiTiES clause of Hepburn 

act; Rebates. 

SAFETY appliances. 

Supreme Court decides lines within terms of 
1 893- 1 903 safety appliance act must keep 
in repair automatic couplers. My 15 

Railway mail service. House discusses in- 
adequate help in, brings up amendments to 
pay for overtime work and allow employment 
of extra clerks for overtime. Ja 21 

Brotherhood of Railway Postal Clerks formed 
to present demands to govt. Ja 29 

Government grants 6 hr. day and extra pay 
for overwork on heavy lines. F 10 

Randolph, Wallace F., brig.-gen. U. S. A. b. 
1841. d. D 9, '10 

Ray, Patrick H:, brig.-gen. U. S. A. b. 1842. 

d. O30 

Rebates. 4 railroads entering Cleveland, O., 

indicted for rebating.. Ap 26 

13 officials of Baltimore & Ohio and Lehigh 

Valley roads indicted for rebating. N 16 

Recall. Mayor Hiram C. Gill ousted by recall 

election, Seattle. F 7 

Kansas House adopts recall provision. F 1 7 
Csd. Senate adopts recall provision for elective 

officials, judiciary included. F 24 

Attorney Gen. Wickersham speaks against 

recall of judiciary, Cleveland. Mr 20 

Roosevelt favors Cal. recall of judges, Los 

Angeles. Mr 22 

W: W. Seymour elected mayor over Mayor 

Fawcett at recall election, Tacoma. Ap 20 
People of Cal. pass recall provision. O 10 



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INDEX TO DATES OF CURRENT EVENTS IN 1911 



RECIPROCITy. 

Canada and Untied States 

Reciprocity commission completes negotia- 
tions. Ja 21 

Pres. Taft urges Congress to approve recipro- 
city. Ja 26 

Canadian Board of Trade declares against. 

Ja3i 
House Democrats vote to support. F 6 

British Parliament denounces. F 6 

Canadian House begins debate on. F 9 

Pres. Taft addresses Nat. Com Show, Columbus, 
0., in favor of. Com association, asks defeat 
of. F 10 

Pres. Taft advocates, before Springfield legis- 
lature. Speaker Cannon tries to counteract 
Taft speech. Ways and Means Committee 
favors. F II 

House passes McCall reciprocity bill. F 14 
Sec. Knox and Jas. J, Hill urge reciprocity. 

F 16 

Senate begins hearing on McCall bill. F 20 

Clifford Sifton, former Canadian Minister. 

atUcks. F 28 

Canadian House defeats delay in vote on, 

Mrs 
Texas cattlemen oppose. Mr 22 

McCall reintroduces bill in House. Ap 4 

Lord Selbome, former Under-sec. of colonies, 
speaks in favor of. Ap 7 

House debate begins. Ap 15 

House re-passes bill. Ap 21 

Bill with Root amendment reported to Senate. 

Je8 
Senate debate opens. Te 21 

Root amendment defeated in Senate. Je 26 
Bill passes Senate. Jl 22 

Pres. Taft signs bill. Jl 26 

Canada defeats reciprocity. S 21 

Reclamation service. Pres. Taft approves 
$20,000,000 expenditure for work in West. 

D 26, '10 
Report of army engineers on irrigation pro- 
jects sent to Congress. Ja 5 

Red Cross Society, Amer. Nat. Meets at 
Washington. D 6, '10 

Redding, Conn. Mark Twain library dedicated. 

F 18 
Reed, C: A., M.D. b. 1857. d. N 12 

Reedy Myrde. See McCuUous}!, Myrde Reed. 

Reeder, W: Herron, rear-admiral U. S. N. b. 
1848. d. Ja 24 

Reperendum. 

Greal Britain, 

Balfour introduces in Lords bill for referendum 
on very important occasions. Mr 2 

United States. 

San Francisco Senate passes initiative and 

referendum amendment. F 2 

Oregon House passes initiative and referendum. 

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Refesxndum. 

Gov. Johnson, Cal., signs bill for initiative, 
referendum and recaU for all municipalities. 

Mr 14 
HI. Senate passes initiative and referendum. 

Ap 20 
Cal. people adopt initiative and referendum. 

O 10 

Supreme Court discusses constitutionality 

of initiative and referendum. N 3 

Reich, Emil, historian, b. 1854. d. D 12, '10 

Reidy Sir Bn^li Gflzean, journalist, b. 1838. 

d. Ns 

Rdnharty Jos. W., R. R. and financial expert. 

b. 1851. d. Ja 27 

RSUEF WO&K. 

France. 

Chamber of Deputies votes $1,160,000 for 

flood victims. D 6, '10 

Religious Education AssociAnoN. Chancellor 

Jas. H. Kirkland of Vanderbilt Univ., elected 

pres. F IS 

Repubucan pa&ty. Organization of Progressive 
League announced, Washington, Sen. Bourne 
pres. Ja 23 

Nat. Committee meets, Washington, decides 
Nat. Convention to be at Chicago, June 
z8. D 12 

Restraint of trade. New Orleans Dock and 
Cotton Council members judged guilty of 
conspiracy to interfere with foreign com- 
merce. 

Reyes, Bernardo. Arrested in Texas for at- 
tempt to organize in U. S. an expedition 
against Mexico. N 18 

Imprisoned. D 25 

• 

Richards, Mrs. Ellen Henxietta, sanitary chemist, 
b. 1842. d. Mr 30 

Riots. 

Vienna. 

Break out over high cost of living; many 
killed and hurt* S 17 

Rivers and harbors bill. Appropriation bill, 

$22,000,000, passes House. D 10, '10 

$36,000,000 appropriation passes Senate. Ja 31 

Rivers and harbors congress. Meets at 

Washington, D. C. D 8, '10 

Meets at Washington. D 6 

Robberies. Southern Pacific train entered at 
Rees, Utah. Ja 3 

Mail pouches with $500,000 checks stolen, 
Thalman, Ga., Atlanta, Birmingham & 
Atiantic R. R. Ja 19 

Mrs. Maldwin Drummond's $130,000 jewelry, 
S.S. Amerika. F 25 

3 men hold up train near Tower City, N. D., 
get $500. Jl 19 

$300,000 from Bank of Montreal, West- 
minster, B. C. S 15 

Registered mail from P. O., Mulberry, Kan., 
one $10,000 package. O 13 

Robbins, Ftancis Le Banm, Pres. clergyman, 
b. 1830. d. S 8 

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INDEX TO DATES OF CURRENT EVENTS IN 1911 



Sdbiey S: D., rear-admiral U. S. N. b. 1831. 

Jc7 
Hohhman, W: Callyluaiy univ. dean. b. 1834. 

d. N7 

Rockwood, G: Gardner, photographer, inventor. 

b. 1833. d. Jl 10 

Eoosereity Theodore. Begins 6-week speaking 
tour, South and West. Mr 8 

Roosevelt dam. Dedicated by Roosevelt, 
Phoenix, Ariz. Mr 18 

Rooty Elihii. Appointed member Hague tribunal. 

D 3, '10 
Rossiter, S: Van Wyck, railway official, b. 1844. 

D II, *io 
Rodischildy Albert S. A. von, baron, b. 1844. 

d. Fii 
Will probated; $500,000 for charity. F 17 

Rottisclilldy Gustave S: James de, baron, b. 

1829. d. N 28 

Rnef, Abraham. Sentenced to San Quentin 

prison, 14 years for bribing Supervisor 

J: J. Furey. F 28 

Enters prison. Mr 7 

Rttilal mail casriess. Salaries fixed at $1,000 
a year. Ja 24 

Postmaster-general announces increased salaries. 

JI9 
Russell, £ : Lafayette, lawyer, b. 1845. d. Ja 28 

RnsseU, Bftaxie Booth (Mrs. Robt Bruce Mantell) 
actress. d. O 31 

Rtissell, W: Clark, £ng. author, b. 1844. 

d. N8 
Rtissell, W: Hepburn, lawyer, b. 1857. d. N 21 

Russia. Editions of 4 newspapers containing 
xadical speech made in Duma confiscated. 

D 17, '10 

CABINET. 

Stolypin cabinet resigns. Mr 20 

Premier Stolypin withdraws his resignation, 
ends cabinet crisis. Mr 24 

Attempt to assassinate Stolypin, Kiev. S 14 
Stolypm dies. S 18 

Former Minister of Finance Kokovtzov be- 
comes Premier. S 23 

EDUCATION, 

Duma adopts government proposals for ob- 
ligatory elementary, $5,000,000 to be spent 
a year for 10 years F 6 

FOREIGN RELATIONS. 

Ultimatum to China threatens occupation of 
111 province. F 16 

China willing to abide by 188 1 treaty. F 20 

Russia insists on closer adherence to 1881 
treaty. Mr 13 

China acquiesces. Mr 27 

LAND. 

Czar announces intention to make peasants 
landowners. Mr 3 



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HI. SenUe passes initiative and ceferendutn. 

Ap JO , 

Cal. people adopt Imtiative and lefetendum. 

Oio 

Supreme Court discusses constitutionality 

of initiative and referendum. N 3 

Rdch, 'BaaO, historian, b. 1854. d. D ji, 'lo 

Rdd, Sir Hufh GSiewi, journalist, b. 1838. 

d. Ns 

IWlilurt, Jot. W., R. R. and finaadal eipert. 

b. 1851. d. Ja 17 

Chamber of D^utics votes $1,160,000 for 

flood victims. D 6, 'lo 

RzLiGions Education Association. Chancellor 

Jas. H. Kirkland of Vandeibilt Univ., elected 

pres. F IS 

Republican faxtv. Organization of Progressive 
League umounced, Washington, Sen. Bourne 
pres. Ja 13 

Nat. Committee meets, Washington, decides 
Nat. Convention to be at Chicago, June 
iS. D 13 

Restraint oj trade. New Orleans Dock and 
Cotton Coundl members judged guilty of 
conspiracy to interfere with foreign com- 

Rcth, Bemardo. Arrested in Texas for at- 
tempt to organise in U. S. an expedition 
agamat Mexico. N 18 

Imprisoned. D 35 



Rivers and hakbokb box. Appropriation bill, 

Sia,ooa,ooo, pauea House. D 10, '10 

$36,000,000 ^propriation passes Senate. Ja 31 

Rivers and harbors conorzss. Meets at 

WasUwton, D. C. D 8, 'lo 

Meets at Washington. D 6 

Robberies. Southern Pacific train entered at 
Rees, Utah. Ja 3 

Man poudies with $500,000 checks stolen, 
Thalman, Ga., Atlanta, Birmingham & 
Atiantic R. R. Ja iq 

Mrs. Maldwin Drummond's $130,000 jewelry, 
S.S. Ameriks. F as 

3 men hold up train near Tower City, N. D., 
get $300. Jl ig 

$300,000 from Bank of Montreal, West- 
minster, B. C. S 15 

Registered mail from P. 0., Mulberry, Kan., 

one $10,000 package. 13 

SobbiDa, Prancli Le Buoo, Pres. clergyman. 

b. 1830. ' " " 




INDEX TO DATES OF CURRENT EVENTS IN 1911 



Sobte, E: D^ lear-adminl U. S. H. b. 1831. 
Sobinaaa, W: CaOfitMH, iiniv. deau. b. 1834- 



1834. 

I.N 7 



Root, EHhti. Appointed membei Hague tribunal. 

D 3, '10 

RoHtter, B: Van Wjck, laSway official, b. 1S44. 

D II, '10 

RotbachOd, Albert 3. A. von, baron, b. 1644. 

(LFii 

WII probated; Ssoo,ocx> for charity. F 17 



Rnef, Abfaham. Sentenced to San QuentJn 

JrisoD, 14 years for bribing Supervisor 
: J. Furey. F a8 

Enters prison. Mr 7 



Fostmaater-general announces increased salaries. 

JI9 

RoM B l l, E: Lalajgt te , lawyer, b.1845. d. Ja 18 



Ctark, Eng. author, b. 1844. 

d. N8 

1, W: Hepbnfs, lawyer, b. 1S57. d. N 11 

Russu. Edltktu of 4 newrapera contauiiiig 

radical qieech made in Duma confiscated. 

D 17, 'lo 

CABimi. 

Stotmiii cabinet » iJniiii Ht ao 

Stoln)to mthdimin his retignation, 

Mr 34 

Stolypin, Kiev. S 14 

S18 

of nnance Kokovtaov be- 

S.3 




aOH BEL ATI ON S. 

Ulttmattlm to China Uaeatens occupation of 
tS pmvince. ...^^VL. ^ t6 

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Syan, Most Rev. Patrick J:, Archbp. of Phila. 

b. 1831. d. F II 

Will probated; leaves $4,03 1 to successor. F 17 

Ryan, Timothy £:, lawyer, b. 1859. d. Jl 13 

Saglio, Edouard, Fr. archaeologist, b. 1828. 

d. D 7 

Sailing. British steel bark Sunlight makes 

sailing record, Boston to Mocoris, Santo 

Domingo, 12 days, return 14 days. My 13 

2 men in 37 ft. yawl Pandora arrive New York 

from Bunbury, Australia, 22,000 mi. Je 23 

St. Andrews, Univ. of. Celebrates 500th 
anniversary. S 12 

St. John the Divine, Cathedral or. Con- 
secrated, New York. Ap 19 

St. John's College, Annapolis. Statue un- 
veiled at, in memory French soldiers and 
sailors in Amer. Revolution. Ap 18 

Salisbury, Bp. of. See Wordsworth, J: 

Salvador. Manuel £. Aranjo elected Pres. Ja 10 

San Diego exposition, 191 5. Frank P. Allen, 
Alaska-Yukon-Pacific exposition director, 
made director of. Ja 5 

Sands, Jas. Hoban, rear-admiral U. S. N. b. 
1845. d. O 27 

Sanminiatelli-Zabarella, Allesandro, Cardinal. 

b. 1840. d. N 24 '10 

Santo Domingo. 

foreign relations. 
See Haiti — Foreign relations. 

PRESIDENT. 

Pres. Ramon Caceres asassinated by political 
enemies. N 19 

Satago, Qhief. d. S 27 

Saze, G: Alex. De Santos, M. D. b. 1876. 

d. S 10 
Sayid Abdul Ahad, Emir of Bokhara, b. 1859. 

d. Jas 

Schley, Winfield Scott, rear-admiral U. S. N. 

b. 1839. d O 2 

Schmucker, S: D., judge, b. 1844. d. Mr 3 

Scovel, Rev. Sylvester Fithian, univ. prof. b. 
1835. d. N 29, 10 

Scudder, S: Hubbard, naturalist, b. 1837. 

d. My 17 

Seals. U. S., Russia, Japan, Great Britain sign 

treaty abolishing killing fur seals and sea 

otters on high seas. Jl 7 

Senate ratifies treaty. Jl 24 

Same countries ratify treaty for protection of 

N. Pacific and Behring Sea seals. D 1 2 

Segna, Francesco, Cardinal.? b. 1837. d. Ja 5 

Selden PATENT. Independent auto manufac- 
turers win over manufacturers upholding 
patent, H. S. Circuit Court of Appeals. 
Plans to take case to Supreme Court. Ja 9 



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INDEX TO DATES OF CURRENT EVENTS IN 1911 

Senators. 

dikect election of. 

Senate Committee on Judiciary votes for 
direct popular election of Senators. Ja 9 

Iowa House passes Oregon plan for. F 7 

Roosevelt advocates before Lincoln Club, 
Grand Rapids, Mich. F 1 1 

Senator Borah argues for. F 16 

Gov. Carroll, Iowa, vetoes Oregon plan bill. 

F21 

Senate accepts amendment to bill for. F 24 

Bill defeated in Senate. F 28 

House passes bill for. Ap 13 

Gov. Eberhart, Minn., signs bill for direct 
nomination U. S. senators. Ap 22 

Ohio Senate passes Oregon plan. My 2 

Senate passes bill for, with amendment requir- 
ing federal supervision. Je 12 

House rejects Senate amendment. Je 21 

House sends to Conference Committee resolu- 
tion for. Jl 5 

Sewall, Rev. J: Smith, theologian, b. 1830. 

d. O II 
Seward, G: F:, financier, b. 1840. d. N 28, '10 

Shew, Anna Howard. Chosen by Nat. Woman 
Suffrage Bureau as Penn. delegate to 
Stockholm, Sweden, Intemat. Woman Suf- 
frage Alliance convention. Mr 28 

Shepard, £: Morse, lawyer, b. 1850. d. Jl 28 

Shekman anti-trust law. Senate adopts Clapp 
resolution for inquiry to determine what 
amendments to are necessary. Jl 26 

See also Trusts — U. S. 

Ship subsidies. Senator Clapp prevents fixing 

date for voting on GalUnger bill. Ja 18 

Bill passes Senate by Vice-Pres., deciding vote. 

F 2 
Shipwrecks. S. S. Arkadia, Porto Rico Naviga- 
tion Co., missing. D 10, '10 
Red Star liner Finland sinks Belgian S. S. Bal- 
tique off Belgium. D 25, '10 
3 coal barges part frohi tug, drive ashore. 
Cape Cod, 17 lost. Ja 10 
Schooner Oskkosh capsizes off Oregon, 6 lost. 

F13 
Ger. warship U 3 sinks, 3 on board. Ja 18 

S.S. Secheliy 39 passengers, capsizes off Beachy 

Head, all lost. Mr 25 

Spanish S. S. sinks off Finisterre, zi lost. Ap 17 
Pacific mail S. S. Asia sinks off linger Rock, 

S. China. Ap 24 

S.S. Taboga strikes rock near Guanico Pt., 

sinks, 23 lost. My 23 

French S. S. Emir and British S. S. SUverton 

collide, 93 lost. Ag 9 

British S. S. Hatfield collides with Glasgow^ 

loses all crew, about 20. O 2 

Austrian S. S. Roumania wrecked in Adriatic, 

60 lost. N 24 

Shoe Machinery Co., United. See United 
Shoe Machinery Co. 

Shoe Manufacturers. Representatives allied 
shoe manufacturers and executive board 
Cutters' Assemblv, Lynn, Mass., decide 
unanimously on arbitration. O 30 



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Refesxnduic 
Gov. Johnson, Cal., signs bill for initiative, 
referendum and recall for all municipalities. 

Mr 14 
HI. Senate passes initiative and referendum. 

Ap 20 
Cal. people adopt initiative and referenaum. 

O 10 

Supreme Coiurt discusses constitutionality 

of initiative and referendum. N 3 

Reich, Emil, historian, b. 1854. d. D 12, '10 

Reidy Sir Hugh Gilzean, journalist, b. 1838. 

d. Ns 

Reinhart, Jos. W., R. R. and financial expert. 

b. 1851. d. Ja 27 

Relief wo&k. 

Franu. 

Chamber of Deputies votes $1,160,000 for 

flood victims. D 6, '10 

Religious Education AssociAnoN. Chancellor 

Jas. H. Kirkland of Vanderbilt Univ., elected 

pres. F IS 

Republican pa&ty. Organization of Progressive 
League announced, Washington, Sen. Bourne 
pres. Ja 23 

Nat. Committee meets, Washington, decides 
Nat. Convention to be at Qiicago, June 
z8. D 12 

Restraint of trade. New Orleans Dock and 
Cotton Coimdl members judged guilty of 
conspiracy to interfere with foreign com- 
merce. 

Reyes, Bernardo. Arrested in Texas for at- 
tempt to organize in U. S. an expedition 
against Mexico. N 18 

Imprisoned. D 25 

* 

Richards, Mrs. Ellen Henrietta, sanitary chemist, 
b. 1842. d. Mr 30 

Riots. 

Vienna, 

Break out over high cost of living; many 
killed and hurt* S 17 

Rivers and harbors bill. Appropriation bill, 

$22,000,000, passes House. D 10, '10 

$36,000,000 appropriation passes Senate. Ja 31 

Rivers and harbors congress. Meets at 

Washington, D. C. D 8, '10 

Meets at Washington. D 6 

Robberies. Southern Pacific train entered at 
Rees, Utah. Ja 3 

Mail pouches with $500,000 checks stolen, 
Thalman, Ga., Atlanta, Birmingham & 
Atlantic R. R. Ja 19 

Mrs. Maldwin Drummond's $130,000 jewelry, 
S.S. Amerika. F 25 

3 men hold up train near Tower City, N. D., 
get $500. Jl 19 

$300,000 from Bank of Montreal, West- 
minster, B. C. S 15 

Registered mail from P. O., Mulberry, Kan., 
one $10,000 package. O 13 

Robbins, Ftancis Le Banm, Pres. clergyman, 
b. 1830. d. S 8 



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INDEX TO DATES OF CURRENT EVENTS IN 1911 



Robie, S: D., rear-admiral U. S. N. b. 1831. 

Jc7 
Robmsoiii W: Call^ian, univ. dean. b. 1834. 

d. N7 

Rockwood, G: Gardner, photographer, inventor. 

b. 1832. d. Jl 10 

Roosevelt, Theodore. Begins 6-week speaking 
tour, South and West. Mr 8 

Roosevelt dam. Dedicated by Roosevelt, 
Phoenix, Ariz. Mr 18 

Root, EUhu. Appointed member Hague tribimal. 

D 3, '10 
Rossiter, S: Van Wyck, railway official, b. 1844. 

D II, '10 
Rothschild, Albert S. A. von, baron, b. 1844. 

d. Fii 
Will probated; $500,000 for charity. F 17 

Rotiischlld, Gustavo S: James de, baron, b. 

1829. d. N 28 

Ruef, Abraham. Sentenced to San Quentin 

prison, 14 years for bribing Supervisor 

J: J. Furey. F 28 

Enters prison. Mr 7 

RunAL MAIL CARRIERS. Salaries fixed at $1,000 
a year. Ja 24 

Postmaster-general announces increased salaries. 

JI9 
Russell, £ : Lafayette, lawyer, b. 1845. d. Ja 28 

Russell, Marie Bootii (Mrs. Robt Bruce Mantell) 
actress. d. O 31 

Russell, W: Clark, Eng. author, b. 1844. 

d. N8 
Russell, W: Hepburn, lawyer, b. 1857. d. N 21 

Russia. Editions of 4 newspapers containing 
radical speech made in Duma confiscated. 

D 17, '10 
cabinet. 

Stoljrpin cabinet resigns. Mr 20 
Prenuer Stolypin withdraws his resignation, 
ends cabinet crisis. Mr 24 
Attempt to assassinate Stolypin, Kiev. S 14 
Stolypin dies. S 18 
Former Minister of Finance Kokovtzov be- 
comes Premier. S 23 

education, 

Duma adopts government proposals for ob- 
ligatory elementary, $5,000,000 to be spent 
a year for 10 years F 6 

FOREIGN RELATIONS. 

Ultimatum to China threatens occupation of 
Ili province. F 16 

China willing to abide by 1881 treaty. F 20 

Russia insists on closer adherence to 1881 
treaty. Mr 13 

China acquiesces. Mr 27 

LAND. 

Czar announces intention to make peasants 
landowners. Mr 3 



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Ryan, Most Rev. Patrick J:, Archbp. of Phila. 

b. 1831. d. F II 

Will probated; leaver $4,03 1 to successor. F 17 

Ryan, Timothy E:, lawyer, b. 1859. d. Jl 13 

Saglio, Edouard, Fr. archaeologist, b. 1828. 

d. D 7 

Sailing. British steel bark Sunlight makes 

sailing record, Boston to Mocoris, Santo 

Domingo, 12 days, return 14 days. Myi3 

2 men in 37 ft. yawl Pandora arrive New York 

from Bunbury, Australia, 22,000 mi. Je 23 

St. Andrews, Univ. of. Celebrates 500th 
anniversary. S 12 

St. John the Divine, Cathedral of. Con- 
secrated, New York. Ap 19 

St. John's College, Annapolis. Statue un- 
veiled at, in memory French soldiers and 
sailors in Amer. Revolution. Ap 18 

Salisbury, Bp. of. See Wordsworth, J: 

Salvador. Manuel E. Aranjo elected Pres. Ja 10 

San Diego exposition, 1915. Frank P. Allen, 
Alaska- Yukon-Pacific exposition director, 
made director of. Ja 5 

Sands, Jas. Hoban, rear-admiral U. S. N. b. 
1845. d. O 27 

Sanminiatelli-Zabarella, Allesandro, Cardinal. 

b. 1840. d. N 24 '10 

Santo Domingo. 

foreign relations. 
See Haiti — Foreign relations. 

PRESIDENT. 

Pres. Ramon Caceres asassinated by political 
enemies. N 19 

Satago, Qhief. d. S 27 

Saze, G: Alex. De Santos, M. D. b. 1876. 

d. S 10 
Sayid Abdul Ahad, Emir of Bokhara, b. 1859. 

d. Jas 

Schley, Winfleld Scott, rear-admiral U. S. N. 

b. 1839. d O 2 

Schmucker, S: D., judge, b. 1844. d. Mr 3 

Scovel, Rev. Sylvester Fithian, univ. prof. b. 
1835. d. N 29, 10 

Scudder, S: Hubbard, naturalist, b. 1837. 

d. My 17 

Seals. U. S., Russia, Japan, Great Britain sign 

treaty abolishing killing fur seals and sea 

otters on high seas. Jl 7 

Senate ratifies treaty. Jl 24 

Same countries ratify treaty for protection of 

N. Pacific and Behring Sea seals. D 1 2 

Segna, Francesco, Cardinal^cr b. 1837. d. Ja 5 

Selden patent. Independent auto manufac- 
turers win over manufacturers upholding 
patent, H. S. Circuit Court of Appeals. 
Plans to take case to Supreme Court. Ja 9 



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INDEX TO DATES OF CURRENT EVENTS IN 1911 

Senators. 

direct election of. 

Senate Committee on Judiciary votes for 
direct popular election of Senators. Ja 9 

Iowa House passes Oregon plan for. F 7 

Roosevelt advocates before Lincoln Club, 
Grand Rapids, Mich. F 11 

Senator Borah argues for. F 16 

Gov. Carroll, Iowa, vetoes Oregon plan bill. 

F21 

Senate accepts amendment to bill for. F 24 

Bill defeated in Senate. F 28 

House passes bill for. Ap 13 

Gov. Eberhart, Minn., signs bill for direct 
nomination U. S. senators. Ap 22 

Ohio Senate passes Oregon plan. My 2 

Senate passes bill for, with amendment requir- 
ing federal supervision. Je 12 

House rejects Senate amendment. Je 21 

House sends to Conference Committee resolu- 
tion for. Jl 5 

Sewall, Rev. J: Smith, theologian, b. 1830. 

d. O II 
Seward, G: F:, financier, b. 1840. d. N 28, '10 

Shaw, Anna Howard. Chosen by Nat. Woman 
Suffrage Bureau as Penn. delegate to 
Stockholm, Sweden, Intemat. Woman Suf- 
frage Alliance convention. Mr 28 

Shepard, £: Morse, lawyer, b. 1850. d. Jl 28 

Sherman anti-trust law. Senate adopts Clapp 
resolution for inquiry to determine what 
amendments to are necessary. Jl 26 

See also Trusts — U. S. 

Ship subsidies. Senator Clapp prevents fixing 

date for voting on GalUnger bill. Ja 18 

Bill passes Senate by Vice-Pres., deciding vote. 

F 2 
Shipwrecks. S. S. Arkadia, Porto Rico Naviga- 
tion Co., missing. D 10, '10 
Red Star liner Finland sinks Belgian S. S. Bal- 
tique off Belgium. D 25, '10 
3 coal barges part from tug, drive ashore. 
Cape Cod, 17 lost. Ja 10 
Schooner Oshkosh capsizes off Oregon, 6 lost. 

F13 

Ger. warship U 3 sinks, 3 on board. Ja 18 
S.S. Secheltf 39 passengers, capsizes off Beachy 

Head, all lost. Mr 25 

Spanish S. S. sinks off Finisterre, zi lost. Ap 17 
Pacific mail S. S. Asia sinks off linger Rock, 

S. China. Ap 24 

S.S. Taboga strikes rock near Guanico Pt., 

sinks, 23 lost. My 23 

French S. S. Emir and British S. S. Silverton 

collide, 93 lost. Ag 9 

British S. S. Hatfield collides with Glasgow^ 

loses all crew, about 20. O 2 

Austrian S. S. Roumania wrecked in Adriatic, 

60 lost. N 24 

Shoe Machinery Co., United. See United 
Shoe Machinery Co. 

Shoe Manufacturers. Representatives allied 
shoe manufacturers and executive board 
Cutters' Assembly, Lynn, Mass., decide 
unanimously on arbitration. O 30 

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Shsinbss. National convention opens, Roches- 
ter, N. Y. Jl XI 

Sky-sckapers. Plans filed for construction at 
Broadway and Park Place, N. Y. C, of 
highest building in world, 750 ft, with 55 
stories. Ap 25 

Sleeping cars. Reduction of 20% on upper 
berth rates, new tourists' minimum upper 
berth rate $1. F i 

Smith, Archibald Gary, naval architect, b. 1837. 

d. D8 
Smith, Henry Cassortei congressman, b. 1859. 

d. D 7 
Smith, J: Corson, soldier, b. 1832. d. D 3i,'io 

Smith, Jos. Rowe, brig.-gen. U. S. A. b. 1831. 

d. F II 
Smith, W. Alez.9 banker, b. 1820. d. My 31 

Smugglino. U. S. customs inspectors find 
$16,000 worth contraband opium on Pacific 
mail liner Korea, Ja 18 

Customs agents find opium and smoking sup- 
plies worth $10,000 m 2 N. Y. cigar stores. 

Ja2S 

$10,000 worth opium seized on S. S. Siberia 

at Honolulu, on way to San Francisco. 

Ja28 

Duveen brothers fined $10,000 . each for 

smuggling art work; fine paid, firm offers 

$1,200,000 in discharge of government claims 

for back duties. Mr 27 

$2,000 worth opium foimd in gunny sack on 

S. S. Minnesota f Seattle. Ap 22 

Duveen brothers plead guilty in U. S. District 

Court, N. Y., of undervaluing imports. 

My 23 
H: Duveen pays $15,000 additional fine. 

My 24 
Benj. J. Duveen fined $15,000. D 4 

Snowslides. Power house. Hydro Electric Co., 
Jordan, Cal., destroyed; 7 killed. Mr 9 

Social centers. Prof. E: J. Ward, Univ. Wis., 
speaks at first session Southwestern Social 
Center Conference, Dallas, Tex. F 17 

Soley, Jas, Russell, lawyer, b. 1850. d. S 10 

Soiwdon, Arthur J: Clazk,.real estate and politics, 
b. 1835. d- Je 3 

SoEORiTiES. See High school fraternities. 

South Africa. 

parliament. 

First parliament of Union of S. Africa ends. 

Ap2S 

SoTTTH African Assn. for Advancement of 

Science. 9th annual meeting, Bulawayo. 

JI3 

Southern Commercial Congress. Celebrates 

at Atlanta 50th anniversary uniting of 

Southern states. Mr 8 

Spain. Martial law declared, riots in various 
I laces. S 19 

CABINET. 

Canalejas cabinet resigns. Ap i 

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INDEX TO DATES OF CURRENT EVENTS IN 1911 
Spain. 

CHX7KCH AND STATE, 

Chamber of Deputies discusses " padlock bill." 

N 19, '10 

CORTES. 

Assembled. Mr 6 

ELECTIONS. 

Provincial elections; several killed in Socialist- 
Republican street fight. Mr 12 

Spencer, Edgar A., judge, b. 1S47. <i* My 5 

Speny, C: StOlman, rear-admiral U. S. N. b. 
1847. d. F I 

Sperry, Nehemiah Day, congressman, b. 1827. 

d. N 13 
Spies. House passes Hobson bill for punish- 
ment of. F 6 

Sqtiiers, Herbert Goldsmifh, diplomat, b. 1859. 

d. O19 

Stand AXD Oil Co. Supreme Court denies Co.'s 

petition in case of rebates between Olean 

and Rutledge, N. Y. D 12, '10 

Pays $23,766 in fines to federal courts, Buffalo. 

Jap 
Supreme Court begins hearing case. Ja 12 

Final argiunents, in case J: G. Johnson, leading 

counsel for Co., Attorney-gen. Wickersham 

for government. Ja 1 7 

Henry M. Tilford resigns from executive 

committee. F 4 

Reichstag's annual attack on Co.'s control of 

Germany's petroleum supply. Mr 13 

Supreme Court declares Co. a conspiracy in 

restraint of trade, and violater of Sherman 

law; must dissolve within 6 mo. My 15 

Senate adopts Pomerene resolution declaring 

J: D. Rockefeller, J: D . Archbold and other 

personal defendants in case subject to 

criminal prosecution. My 23 

Announces plan to dissolve about Dec. i. Jl 31 
Books of Co. closed until stocks distributed. 

Ag3i 
J: D. Rockefeller resigns as head. D 4 

Standard time. France sets back time 9 min. 

21 sec., to conform with. Mr 10 

Britisli Guiana adopts maritime time or 

standard time, 4 hrs. behind Greenwich 

time. Ag i 

Stamiard, Mrs. Arthur (J: Strange Winter)* 
author, b. 1856. d. D 14 

Steel indttstry and trade. Conference of 
leading representatives begins at Brussels, 
£. H. Gary presiding. Jl 5 

Steel trust. House resolution provides for 
investigation of. My 16 

Steenstra, Rev. Peter H:, theologian, b. 1833. 

d. Ap 27 
Stephenson, J:, Wis. State Senate committee 
charges with improper use of funds in getting 
U. S. Senate election from Wis. Ja 11 

Gov. McGovem of Wis. signs bill returning 
Sen. Stephenson $25,000 he gave State Park 
Board on condition new park being named 
for him. Jl 7 

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Stepbenson. Congress' investigation into elec- 
tion of, begins at Milwaukee. O 2 
Senate investigating committee adjourns at 
Milwaukee, to meet in Washington. N i 

Sterling, £: €.» manufacturer, b. 1834. d. F 26 

Stetson, C: Walter, artist, b. 1858. d. Jl 21 

Steuben, Friedrich Wilhelm von, baron. Monu- 
ment unveiled, Washington, D. C. D 7, *io 
Statue of, presented to Germany by U. S. 
Congress, unveiled, Potsdam. S 2 

Stolypin, Peter Arkadervich. See Russia — 
Cabinet. 

Stoney, G. Johnstone, Eng. astronomer, b. 
1826. d. Jl I 

Storms. Wind storm strikes Charleston, S. C, 
at 85 mi. an hr., 15 killed, $1,000,000 loss. 

Ag 27 
Street railroads. 

Untied Stales, 

Detroit, Mich., secures 3-ct. street car rate 
after 20 yr. fight. O 21 

Stretton, Hesba, Eng. author, b. 1841. d. O 9 

Strikes. 

Canada. 

Coal strike that tied up 7,000 miners in 
Alberta and Brit. Columbia 6 mo., settled.' 

O 27 
England, 

Seamen and firemen strike at Liverpool and 
other points. Je 14 

Ship owners compromise, increase strikers' 
wages. Jl I 

Liverpool dock strikes ends, 68,000 return to 
work. Ag 24 

Lockout of 160,000 cotton workers, Manches- 
ter, Eng., caused by refusal to join trades 
union. D 28 

Greal Britain. 

Railway strike called despite Liberal govern- 
ment's efforts to effect mediation. Ag 1 7 
Strike settled. Ag 20 

Ireland. 

3 principal railway systems tied up. S 18 

Strike settled. O 4 

Manchuria. 

8,000 Russian workmen on E. Chinese R. R. 
strike, fearing plague. Ja 29 

Portugal. 

Railroad strike over whole country, Antonio 
Almeida, Minister of Interior, resigns, 
unable to reconcile strikers. Ja 11 

Strikers accept employers' concessions. Ja 14 

South America. 
Railroad employees of Portugal strike. Ja 11 

United States. 

10,000 in Chicago industries strike. My i 

Strike of Chicago Typographical Union No. 16. 

F28 
Strike ends Mr z 

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INDEX TO DATES OF CURRENT EVENTS IN 1911 



Strikes. United States. 

3,500 U. S. and Wells-Fargo Express employees 

join 1,500 Adams Express drivers in strike. 

Mr 17 
Almost all apply for reinstatement. Mr 23 

6,000 or 7,000 union furniture workers strike, 

Grand Rapids, Mich. Ap 19 

Livery drivers strike, spreads, Chicago. D 5,* 10 
Military rule, Muscatine la., after 7 wk. strike 

of pearl button makers and workers. Ap 14 
Settlement with button workers, union gets 

desired concessions. My 2 

1,250 foremen and section hands on Delaware, 

Lackawanna & Western R. R. ordered out. 

S 16 
15,000 shop employees 111. Central and Union 

and S. Pacific roads strike. S 30 

Several thousand drivers and helpers in N. Y. C. 

street cleaning dept. strike as protest against 

night work. N 8 

Letter offering to submit to arbitration sent 

to Mayor Gaynor, unanswered. N 11 

All employees Okla. Street Railway Co. strike 

for increased wages and better hours; all 

cars stop. Mr 5 

Brooklyn and Coney Island R. R. employees 

strike. Ag 6 

Taxicab chau£feurs accept companies' terms. 

D 5, '10 
Styles, Rev. W: Curtis, b. 1851. d. Ag 15 

Sugar trust. House votes to investigate. My 9 
House Democrats name investigating com- 
mittee. My 17 
House investigation begins. Je 12 
H: L. Oxnard testifies trust's 1901 price cut in 
Mo. River territory intended to kill beet- 
sugar industry. Je 16 
J : E. Parsons declares himself trust's organizer 
and proud of it. Jl 20 

Sumner, C: Centenary celebration begins, Bos- 
ton. Ja 6 

Sundry Civil appropriation bill. Passes 

House, $140,000,000. F 25 

Passes Senate, $402,000,000. Mr 3 

Supreme Court of U. S. Pres. Taft nominates 
E. D. White Chief Justice, Willis Van 
Devanter and J. R. Lamar Associate. 

D 12, '10 

House votes to raise Chief Justices' salary to 

$15,000 and Associates to $14,000. F 15 

Convenes after 3 wk. recess. F 20 

Opens session. O 9 

Swain, Clara A., M.D. b. 1834. d. D 26, '10 

Swaythling, S: Montagu, ist baron, b. 1832. 

d. Ja 12 
Sweden. 

CABINET. 

Lindman cabinet resigns. S 30 

R. Staaff, Liberal leader, Premier of new 

cabinet. O 6 

politics and government. 

King Gustav opens Riksdag, congratulates 
country on economic improvement making 
increased taxes unnecessary. j£i 17 



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Swedish art. See Art, Swedish-Amer. 

SwnooNG. Hazel Laugenour, 19, swims Gol- 
den Gate, I hr. 28 min. Ag 19 
W: Burgess swims £ng. Chamiel, Dover to 
Cape Grisnese. S 6 

Swindling. See Postal inspection. 

Taft, W: Howard. Pres. and Mrs. Taft's silver 
wedding at White House. Je-19 

Tanning. First school of in this country, to 
be established in Pratt Institute, Brookl3m. 

Mri6 

Target practice. Naval. Atlantic fleet begins, 
off Virginia. Ap 3 

Tariff. 

Canada, 

Farmers formally demand downward revision 
of. Premier Laurier replies, must await 
result of U. S. reciprocity negotiations. 

D 16, '10 
Untied States, 

Cummins speaks in Senate for resolution to 
amend tariff law schedule by schedule. 

D 13, '10 

Aldrich and Payne favor revision schedtile 
by schedule. D 13, '10 

Young opposes further revision. D 15, '10 

House passes Underwood cotton tariff revision. 

Ag3 
Senate passes cotton bill, heavily amended. 

Ag 17 
Ways and Means Committee submits report 
on farmers' free list bill to House. Ap 19 
Debate begins. Ap 26 

House passes free list bill. My 8 

Cummins amendment adding meats to free list 
defeated in Senate. Jl 8 

Senate rejects Bailey plan to add bill as amend- 
ment to reciprocity bill. Jl 1 2 
Senate passes bill by Dem. -Progressive coali- 
tion. Ag I 
Pres. vetoes bill. Ag 17 
House fails to overrtile veto. Ag 18 
House passes Underwood wool revision. Je 20 
Compromise between House and La Follette 
bill passes Senate. Jl 27 
Wool bill passes House. Ag 14 
Passes Senate. Ag 15 
Pres. vetoes bill. Ag 17 
House fails to overrule veto. Ag 18 
Taft sends Congress Tariff Board's report on 
Schedule K, recommends wool and woolens 
rate reduction. D 20 

Tariff commission. 

United Stales, 

Bill for, introduced in House. Ja 5 

Nat. Tariff Commission Assn. demands of 
Congress a permanent tariff commission, 
with functions and compensation like In- 
terstate Commerce Comnussion. Ja 12 
House passes bill for. Ja 30 
Bill for, passes Senate, killed by filibuster in 
House. Mr 4 

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INDEX TO DATES OF CURRENT EVENTS IN 1911 

Taxation. 

GerffMHy. 

Reichstag passes unearned increment bill. F x 

TAXATION OF COKFOKATIONS. 

Pres. orders returns under new law made 
public. ^ N 2Sf 'lo 

Bnef attacking corporation tax provisions of 
Pa3me-Aldrich law filed in Supreme Court. 

D 28, '10 

Final .arguments on constitutionality of Pa3me- 
Aldrich provisions begin, Supreme Court. 

Jai7 

Solidtor-Gen. Lehmann argues provisions 
constitutional. Ja 18 

Supreme Court decides provisions constitu- 
tional. Mr 13 

TAXATION OF DOGS. 

See Docs, Taxation op. 

Taylor, J: Teatman, medical dir., U. S. N. b. 
1829. d. N x6 

Taylor, Robt. W., M.D. b. 1852. d. N 26, '10 

Tea. Government Tea Board forbids importa- 
tion of green tea after May i. Mr 22 

Teachers. 

salaries. 

N. Y. C. women teachers' demand for equal 

pay with men granted. My 17 

Gov. Foss signs bill for increase of salaries in 

Boston public schools. Jl 17 

Mayor Gaynor signs N. Y. C. equal pay bill. 

O 19 
Technology. See Mass. Institute of Tech- 
nology. 

Telautograph. Old National Bank uses first 
in Washington State. Mr 2 

Telegraph and telephone, Mxtltiplex. iz 
persons in N. Y., 11 in Denver, talk at once 
over 4 wires of Amer. Tel. and Telegraph 
Co., longest direct connection of kind. My 8 

Tennessee. 

politics and GOVERNliENT. 

Repub. Gov. Benjamin W. Hooper inaugurated. 

Jaas 
Teny, G: S., Asst. Treas. U. S. d. Ap 14 

Teny, Silas Wright, rear-admiral U. S. N. b. 
, 1842. d. F 9 

Texas. 

courts. 

R. R. Gaines resigns as Chief Justice Supreme 
Court. T. J. Brown appointed. Ja 5 

politics and GOVERNMENT. 

O. B. Colquitt inaugurated governor, A. B. 

Davidson lieutenant-governor. Ja X7 

Prohibitionists lose state by 7,000. Jl 24 

Text-books. California Senate passes con- 
stitutional amendment for free text-books. 

D 18 

Textile industries. New England mills em- 
ploying 55,000 reopen. S 5 

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Theater. 

England. 

Oscar Hammerstein opens new London opera 
house with " Quo Vadis." N 13 

Thompson, Denman, actor, b. 1833. d. Ap 14 

Thurston, Bfrs. Katiierine Cecil, author, d. S 6 

Tobacco culture. White hurley tobacco grow- 
ers of 3 states meet, Lexington, Ky., agree to 
plant no 191 1 crop. Ja 5 

Tobacco majiufacture and trade. U. S. 
Treasury Dept. starts investigation of dis- 
crepancy between percentage of wrapper 
to filler and binder used in making pure 
Havana cigars and percentage of Cuban 
importations on which duty was paid as 
wrapper. Ja 24 

. House passes Cantrill bill compelling semi- 
annual publication amount tobacco in 
manufactuiers' hands. D 8 

Tobacco trust. Government's brief against, 

made public. Ja i 

Oral argument on proposed dissolution of 

begin in Supreme Court. Ja 6 

Arguments in case begin. Ja 9 

Arguments close, J: G. Johnson speaking for 

trust, Wickersham for government. Ja 1 1 
Amer. Tobacco Co. and accessories held 

violating Sherman law. My 29 

Plans for dissolution of, announced. O 14 

Plan for reorganization of discussed, before. 

S. New York federal Circuit Court judges. 

O30 
Supreme Court approves reorganization plan 

of. N8 

Togo, Heihachiro, AdmiraL Arrives at N. Y. C. 

Ag4 
Sails from Seattle for Japan. Ag 28 

Tolstoi, Leo Nikolaievitch, Count, author, b. 
1828. d. N 20, '10 

Tornadoes. 23 killed, $2,000,000 loss, in and 
near St. Louis, Mo. Ap 13 

Tower, Rev. Freeman Pratt. d. S 1 1 

Tteadwell, G: A., metallurgist, miner, b. 1836. 

d. N 13 
Treaties. 

France and United Slates. 

Treaty for arbitration of all disputes signed by 

Sec'y* Knox and Ambassador Bryce. Ag 3 

Sent to Senate. Ag 4 

Great Britain and Japan, 

Trade and navigation treaty, reducing tariff on 

textile and metal imports into Japan, signed, 

London. Ap 3 

Commercial treaty to replace one expiring 

Jtily z, ratified, Tokio; terms made public. 

Ap 5 
New lo-yr. treaty signed. Jl 14 

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INDEX TO DATES OF CURRENT EVENTS IN 1911 



Treaties. 

Great Britain and United States. 

Negotiations for general arbitration treaty. 

Jas 
Treaty providing for arbitration of pecuniary 
claims ratified by Senate. Jl 19 

Treaty for arbitration of all disputes signed by 
Secy. Knox and Ambassador Bryce, Wash- 
ington. Ag 3 
Sent to Senate. Ag 4 

United States and Japan. 

Pres. presents new commercial treaty to 
senate. F 21 

Senate ratifies. F 24 

Ratifications at Tokyo. Ap 4 

Assn. Friends of America, Tokyo, give banquet 
celebrating. My i 

Treaty goes into effect. Jl 17 

United States and Nicaragua. 
Pres. Taft sends text of new treaty to Senate. 

Je8 
United States and Russia. 

N. Y. C. mass meeting demands abrogation 
of 1832 treaty. D 6 

House passes Sulzer resolution for 1832 treaty 
abrogation, because of refusal to recognize 
Amer. passports. D 13 

Pres. Taft notifies Russia of wish for abroga- 
tion. D 15 

Pres. tells Senate of notification; Sen. Lodge 
presents resolution ratifying. D 18 

Senate passes Lodge resolution. D 19 

House concurs with Senate. D 20 

Pres. signs resolution. D 21 

United Slates^ Russia^ Japan and Great Britain. 

See Seals. 

Tremain, H: Edwin, soldier, lawyer, b. 1840. 

d. D 9, *io 

Triangle factory fire. I: Harris and Max 

Blanck, owners of factory, indicted for 

manslaughter. Ap 11 

Acquitted. D 27 

Tripoli. Italy declares war on Turkey, S 29 
Tripoli taken by Italians. O 4 

Italian governor takes formal possession of. O 9 
4 Turkish destroyers sunk, Mitylene. O 10 
Italian Aviation Corps lands at Tripoli O 16 
Turkish fleet leaves Constantinople for Sea 
of Marmora. O 18 

Italians take Benghazi. O 20 

Turks and Arabs retake 2 forts at Tripoli. 

O31 
Italian King announces Tripoli and C}rrenaica 

belong entirely to Italy. N 5 

Tripp, Bartlett, jurist, b. 1842. d D 8 

Troubetzkoy, Paul, Prince, b. 1866. d. O 17 

Trusts. 

Australia. 

Government warns against foreign trusts, 
especially Amer. meat trust. F 2 7 

United States. 

Circuit Court at Phila. dismisses government 
smt to dissolve anthracite coal trust, de- 
clares Temple Iron Co. violation of Sherman 
law. D 8, '10 

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Teusts. United States. 



Government sues 13 transatlantic carriers for 
violating Sherman law in control of steerage 
traffic. Ja4 

Su also Bathtub trust; Electucal trust; 
Steel trust; Sugar trust: Tobacco 
trust; Wall-paper trust; wire trust. 

Tscfaudif Hugo von, Ger. mus. dir. b. 1851. 

d. N24 

TuLANE Univ. Dept. of tropical medicine, 

hygiene and preventive medicine begun. O z 

Turkey. Bedouins massacre Turkish officers and 

troops at several posts. D 15, '10 

Italy aeclares war on. S 29 

CABINET. 

Formed, Said Pasha head. O 4 

Entire cabinet resigns. D 30 

foreign RELATIONS. 

Ger. Supreme Court orders $4i5oo,ooo, on 

deposit in Reichbank to credit Sultan 

Abdtil Hamid, paid Turkey. D 7, '10 

See also Tripou. 

Tuttle, Hiram Americus, ez-govemor. b. 1837. 

d.F 10 
Underwood, Bfrs. Sara A« F., author, b. 1838. 

d.Mri6 

Union Theological Seionary. New buildings 

dedicated, N. Y. C. N 29, '10 

Unionist party. 

Great Britain, 

A. J. Balfour resigns leadership. N 8 

A. B. Law succeeds. N 13 

Unitarianism. 24th Nat. Conference meets, 
Washington, D. C. O 23 

United Mine Workers of Amer. Rtile that 
members of Nat. Civic Federation must 
forfeit membership in Mine Workers. Ja 31 

United Shoe Machinery Co. 6 men of Co. 
indicted for violation of Sherman law, 
Boston. S 19 

United States. 

agriculture, dept. op. 
Appropriation bill passes House. Fix 

appropriations. 

See U. S. — Army; U S. — Diplomatic and 
CONSULAR service; U. S. — Navy; Sundry 
cmL appropriation bill. 

ARMY. 

Troops from Minn., Ga., Cal., and Va., ordered 
to Tex. points on Mexican border. Mr 7 

6th Cavalry ordered from Des Moines to 
Arizona for Mexico border. Ap 15 

House passes $93,000,000 appropriation. Ja z8 

COLONIES. 

Dutch lower Amer. flag on £1 Palmas I. near 
Philippines. Ap 26 

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INDEX TO DATES OF CURRENT EVENTS IN 1911 

United States. 

congress. 

Pres. Taft's annual message to. D 6, 'lo 

Adjourns till Jan. 5. D 21, *io 

Pres. declares extra session for April 4, to 

vote on Canadian reciprocity. Congress 

adjourns. Mr 4 

Extra session opens, Champ Clark Speaker. 

Ap4 
Extra session ends. Ag 22 

6 2d session opens. D 4 

Pres.'s annual message to, devoted to trust 

question. D 5 

Pres. sends message to, on treaties and foreign 

matters. D 8 

Pres. sends message to, on currency reform, 

army, Panama canal tolls and other questions. 

D 21 
See also U. S. House of Representatives; 
U.S. Senate. 

DIPLOMATIC AND CONSULAR SERVICE. 

J: W. Garrett nominated Minister to Vene- 
zuela. D 6, '10 

Oscar S. Strauss, Ambassador to Turkey, re- 
signs. Ja 7 

House passes bill for providing Amer. legations 
abroad. F 7 

Senate passes House bill. F 12 

J: Hays Hammond to represent Pres. Taft at 
English coronation. F 28 

H: S. Bontell to be Minister to Portugal. Mr i 

$4,000,000 appropriation passes Senate. Mr 2 

G: F. Weitzeil nominated Minister to Nica- 
ragua. D 21 

DEFENSES. 

Senate passes spy bill. F 27 

FOREIGN RELATIONS. 

Carter, Tawney and Streeter appointed U. S. 
tribunal to promote cordial relations with 
Canada regarding boundary waters. Mr 16 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 

Congressional re-apportionment bill intro- 
duced. Ja 6 

Speaker Cannon sustained in ruling identical 
with Norris case ruling of Mar. 19 10. Ja 9 

Dem. caucus nominates Champ Clark Speaker, 
confers committee-appointing power on 
Ways and Means Committee. Ja 19 

Repub. caucus takes House membership of 
391 as basis Congressional reapportionment. 

F 2 

Votes to add 42 members. F 9 

Rtiles Committee chosen, Robt. L. Henry 
head. Mr 6 

Congressional re-apportionment bill, increas- 
ing House to 433, passes House. Ap 27 

Senate passes re-apportionment bill. Ag 3 

Pres. signs biU. Ag 8 

NAVY. 

$36,000,000 appropriation for increase passes 

House Committee on Naval A£fairs. Ja 20 
Bill passes House. F 22 

Passes Senate, at $126,000,000. Mr 3 

Conmiander Sims to be publicly reprimanded 

for indiscretion in London speech. Ja 10 

Rear-admiral £: B. Barry gives over Pacific 

fleet to Rear-ad. C. M. Thomas. Ja 16 

See also Warships — United States. 

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AMERICAN LIBRARY ANNUAL 

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population. 
See Population. 

POST-OniCE DSPT. 

Appropriation of $257,000,000 passes House 

Ja 24 
See also Postal inspection. 

PRESIDENT. 

C: D. Hilles becomes secretary to. F 27 

Salary of sec'y raised to $7,500. F 27 

SENATE. 

Vice-Pres. Sherman breaks 3 ties, saving ocean 
mail subvention bill and keeping direct Sena^ 
torial election bill from being made unfinished 
business. ^ F 2 

Lodge calls direct vote plan peril to govern- 
ment. F 6 

V. L. Berger introduces resolution in House 
for Constitutional amendment to abolish 
Senate. Ap 7 

TREATIES. 

See Treaties. 

United States Express Co. Sues Jersey City 
for $250,000, alleging damage during strike 
riots due to city's negligence. My 15 

United States Steel Corporation. Jas. A. 
Farrell succeeds Pres. W. E. Corey. Ja 10 

House passes resolution for investigation of. 

My 16 

Chairman Gary, before investigating committee, 
contradicts Gates,' testimony, favors govern- 
ment control of corporations. Je i 

Gary testimony closed. Je 8 

Committee adjourns till Oct. 16. Ag 13 

Petition for dissolution of corporation and 
some subsidiary companies filed, Trenton, 
N. J. O 26 

Uruguay. 

elections. 

Dr. Battle y Ordonez elected Pres. Mr i 

Vanderpoel, J: H:, artist, b. 1857. d. My 2 

Van Devanter, Willis. Appointed Associate 

Justice Supreme Court. D 12, '10 

Takes oath, assumes duties. Ja 3 

Van de Vyver, Augustine, Bp. of Richmond, b 
1844. d. O 16 

Venezuela. 

CABINET. 

Resigns, Pres. Gomez forms new minbtry. 

Jl 26 

Vermont, Univ. of. Pres. Guy Potter Benton 

inaugurated. O 6 

^ctor Emmanuel H of Italy. Monument ded- 
icated, Rome. Je 4 

Victoria, Queen. England celebrates birthday. 

My 24 

Vincent, G: Edgar. Univ. of Chicago confers 

LL.D. on. Mr 21 

Wmsit LMMurdo da. Sm Mona Lisa. 

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INDEX TO DATES OF CURRENT EVENTS IN 1911 



Vinton, Alex. Hamilton, Bp. W. Mass. b. 1852. 

d. Ja 18 
Vinton, F: Porter, painter, b. 1846. d. My 20 

IHrgin, Rev. S: Henderson, b. 1842. d. S 17 

Volcanoes. Mt. Taal destroys 2 or 3 villages, 
kills 300. Ja 29 

See also Etna, Mt. 

Voorhees, E: Burnett, agric. chemist, b. 1856. 

d. Je6 

Walking trips. Battelli, Italian, completes 

tour round the world. My 8 

Wall paper trust. J. B. & F. D. Pearce Co. 
Norton Newcomb Co., £: £. Maxwell Co., 
C. C. Adler Co., indicted for restraint of 
trade. Jl 20 

Wallace, David R., M.D. b. 1825. d. N 21 

• 

Walsh, J: R. Leaves Ft. Leavenworth prison 

on parole. O 14 

Dies. O 23 

Ward, Mis. Elizabeth Stuart See Phelps, 
Elizabeth Stuart 

Ward, Henry Snowden, Eng. editor, author, 
b. 1865. d D 7 

Wardwell, W: T:, capitalist, b. 1827. d. Ja ? 

Ware, Eugene Fitch (" Ironquill ")i lawyer, 
author, b. 1841. d. Jl 2 

Warships. 

Argentina. 

Argentine Rivadamaf largest in world, launched. 



Quincy, Mass. 
Moreno launched, Camden, N. J. 


Ag 26 
S 24 


France. 




Jean Bart launched, Brest. 


S 22 


Germany, 




Us sinks, 3 on board. 


Jai8 



Empress christens turbine Kaiser , Kiel. Mr 22 
Turbine Friedrick der Grosse launched, Ham- 
burg. Je 10 
Kaiserin launched, Kiel. N 11 

Great Britain, 

Super-dreadnaught Thunderer laxmched on 
Thames. F i 

Super-dreadnaught Monarch launched, EUs- 
wick. Mr 30 

Largest Brit, dreadnaught King George V, 
launched, Portsmouth. O 9 

Italy, 

Super-dreadnought Leonardo da Vinci laxmched, 

Genoa. O 14 

21,000 ton Giidio Cesar e launched, Genoa. O 15 

Russia. 

Dreadnought Sevastopol launched, St. Peters- 
burg. Je 29 

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Warships. 

UnUed States. 

Arkansas, largest made in U. S., launched, 
> Camden, N. J. Ja 14 

Delaware averages 13} knots Hampton Roads 
to Rio de Janeiro without stop. F 22 

Wyoming launched, Phila. My 25 

Pres. reviews Atlantic fleet at N. Y. N 2 

Wasdin, Eugene, M.D. b. 1869. d. N 17 

Washington, Untv. of. Col. A. J. Blethen 
gives $10,000 set of chimes, weight 16,500 
lbs., to. D 22 

Waters, Russell Judson, ez-congressman. b. 
1843. d. S 26 

Waterways. 

United States, 

Amended Lakes-to-the-Gulf waterway bill 
passes 111. Senate. Je 28 

Lakes-to-the-Gulf Deep Waterway Conven- 
tion opens, Chicago. O 12 

Deep waterway bill, allowing $500,000 pur- 
chases of water power sites Lockport to 
Utica, passes 2d reading. 111. House. O 24 

Bill killed. O 25 

See also Canals — U. S.; Rivers and Harbors 
Congress. 

Webb, Alex. Stewart, educator, b. 1835. d. F xa 

Wellesley College. Ellen F. Pendleton 

elected Pres. Je 10 

Inaugurated. O 19 

Wells, Catiierine Boott (Mrs. Kate Gannett 
Wells), author, b. 1838. d. D 13 

Wells, David Collin, coll. prof. b. 1858. d. Je 12 

West, Clifford Hardy, rear-admiral U. S. N. b. 
1846. d. N 2 

Western Federation of Miners. Amer. Fed. 

of Labor to grant charter, on equal terms 

with United Mine Workers. Ja 20 

Convention, Butte, Mont., adopts initiative 

referendum and recall for executive board. 

Ag I 

Western Union Telegraph Co. Day letter 

system begun. Mr i 

Wheat. See Cotton. 

Whitaker, Ozi W: Bp. of Pa. b. 1830. d. F 9 

White, E: Douglass. Made Chief Justice Su- 
preme Court. D 12, '10 
A^umes seat. D 19, '10 

White, Erskine Nomum, church secy. b. 1833. 

dFi3 
Whiting, W:, paper mfr. b. 1841. d. Ja 9 

Whitman, Benaiah Longley, D.D.. Bapt. clergy- 
man, b. 1862. d. N 27 

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Whitman, C: Otis, Zoologist, b. 184a. 

d. D 6, 'xo 
Whiting, £: Baldwin, lawyer, b. 1857. d. Ja 5 

Whitney, E : F. Resigns from J. P. Morgan & Co. 

D 9, '10 
Whitney, H: Mitchell, librarian, b. 1843. 

d. Mr 26 
Whitsitt, Rev. W: Heth, theologian, b. 1841. 

d. Ja 20 
Whymper, £:, £ng. mountain climber, b. 1840. 

d. S 16 

Wnde, George Francis Faz»n, rear-admiral 

U. S. N. b. 1845. d. D 3 

Wiley, Dr. Harvey W. Charges against taken 
up by House Committee of Expenditures. 

JI14 

Secy. Wilson advises Pres. to admonish, not 

dismiss. Jl 26 

Pres. exonerates, praises past work. S 15 

Williams, Abram Pease, ex-senator, b. 1832. 

d. O17 

Williams, Rt. Rev. Channing Moore,Bp. of Yeddo. 

b. 1829. d. D 2, '10 

Wmiams, Jas., £ng. lawyer, author, b. 185 1. 

d. N3 
"^nison, Franklin A: lawyer, b. 1832. d. Jl 2 

'^nison, W: Robt. Anthony, M.D. b. 1870. 

d. My 14 

Wilson, Woodrow. Begins tour Western and 

Pacific states. My 3 

Wines and wine making. French Chamber of 
Deputies passes regulation on champagne 
making. F 6 

Winter, J: Strange. See Stannard, Mrs. Arthur. 

Winterbam, George WUliam, M.D., editor, b. 
1845. d. N 18 

Winterstoke of Blagdon, Sir W: H: Wniis, zst 
baron of. b. 1830. d. Ja 29 

Wire trust. Nine indictments for restraint 

of trade. Je 29 

37 of 83 men indicted withdraw non-guilty 

pleas, accept sentence without trial. Jl 25 

£. £. Jackson, jr., " brains of trust'', fined 

$45, 000. Ag 4 

Wireless telegraphy. New French military 

aeroplane outfit used, Capt. Brenot and Adj. 

Menard. Jl 29 

Aeronautic, succeeds at height 250 ft., Nassau 

Boulevard, L. I. S 28 

Wisconsin. 

politics and government. 
Legislature adjourns. Jl 15 

Wolverhampton, Sir H: Hartley Fowler, ist 
viscount b. 1830. d. F 25 

WoiCAN Suffrage. 

England. 

Bill giving suffrage to women with " house- 
hold qualifications " passes 2d reading in 
Commons. Mys 

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Woman Sutfxage. 

France, 

Committee of Chambers favors limited. 

D 6, 'lo 
Germany, 

Large mass meetings held in favor. Ap 2 

Iceland. 

Parliament passes suffrage for women over 25. 

My I 

Sweden, 

6th congress Intemat. Woman Suffrage Alliance 
opens, Stockholm. Je 12 

[Russia, 
Coimdl of Empire rejects. Mr 21 

United StaUs, 

Passed with referendum amendment, HI. 

Senate. Mr 23 

Big parade N. Y. C. My 6 

Governors of Utah, Idaho, Colorado, Wyo., 

Wash., address N. Y. meeting. S 16 

Cal. votes for. O 12 

Nat. convention Nat. Amer. Woman Suffrage 

Society, Louisville, Ky. O 19 

Wood, Oliver Ellsworth, brig.-gen. U. S A. b. 
1844. d. D 4, 'xo 

Wool. See Tampp— U. S. 

Wool industry. House Democrats indorse 
Underwood bill for 50 per cent reduction in 
tax on raw wool and wool products. Je z 

Wordsworth, Rt. Rev. J:, Bp. of Salisbury, b. 
1843. <!• Ag z6 

Wrestling. Frank Gotch, Amer., wrestles with 
George Hackenschmidt, Russian, retains 
world's championship, Chicago. S 4 

Wrigjit, Bfanrice Lauchlin, judge, b. 1845. 

d. O 14 
Wyman, Walter, svurgeon-gen. b. 1848. d. N 21 

Yacht race. Amer. Bibelot wins 5th intemat., 
Kiel. Je 28 



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OF WRITERS, 191 IV 



NECROLOGY 



OF WRITERS, 191 1 



Abbey, Edwin Austin, b. Philadelphia, Apr. i, 
1852: d. London, Eng., Aug. i, 191 1. Paint- 
ing, art. 

Abbey, H: b. Kingston, N. Y., 1842; d. Kingston, 
N. Y., June 7, 191 1. Poetiy, literature. 

Aiken, Charles Sedgwick, b. Cleveland, O., Feb. 

6, 1863; d. San Francisco, Cal., Dec. 30, 191 1. 
Editor. 

Albbo, Addis, b. Middleburg, N. Y., Feb. 18, 
1855; d. Columbus, N. M., Oct. 15, 191 1. 
Law. 

Aixen, Ccl, Ethan, b. Manasquan, Monmouth 
y^ Co., N. J., 1832; d. New York City, Dec. 

7, 191 1. Law. 

Allen, Whiting, b. Delaware, O., 1855; d. 
Chicago, HI., July 27, 191 1. Journalism. 

Andrew, Dr. G: L. b. Hamilton, O., 1822; d. 
Laporte, Ind., July 14, 191 1. Editor. 

Akgell, Dr, Henry Clay. b. Providence, R. I.» 
Jan. 27, 1829; d. Boston, Mass., May 27, 1911- 
Eye. 

Baedeker, Karl. b. Dec. 4, 1844; d. Esslingen, 
Germany, May 13, 191 1. Guide-book pub- 
lisher. 

Bagg, L3rman Hotchkiss. b. West Springfield, 
Mass., Dec. 24, 1846. d. Springfield, Mass., 
Oct. 23, 191 1. Journalism, Yale Univ. 

Bailey, Mark. b. Dumbarton, N. H.. 1827; d. 
New Haven, Conn., June 4, 191 1. Elocution. 

Baibd, Prof, Julian William, b. Battle Creek, 
Mich., 1859; d. Boston, Mass, July 17, 191 1. 
Chemistry. 

Baker, G: Hall. b. Ashfield, Mass., Apr. 23, 
1850; d. Mar. 30, 191 1. Bibliography and art. 

Baldwin, Rev, Caleb C. b. Bloomfield, N. J., 
1820; d. East Orange, N. J.; July 20, 191 1. 
Missions, religion. 

Ball, Thomas, b. Charlestown, Mass., June 3, 
1819; d. Montclair, N. J., Dec. 11, 1911. 
Sculpture. 



Banks, D: d. New York, Mar. 11, 191 1. Law 
publisher. 

Barnes, H: Burr, b. New York, Dec. 14, 1845; 
d. New York, Jan. 12, 191 1. Publisher. 

Beck, Dr, Carl. b. Neckargemuend, Germany, 
Apr. 4, 1856; d. Pelham Heights, N. Y., June 
8, 191 1. Medicine, surgery. 

Belcher, Mrs, Cynthia Holmes, b. Lunenberg, 
Vt., Dec. I, 1827; d. Boston, Mass., Mar. 23, 
191 1. JoumaUsm. 

Bell C: Frederic Moberly. b. Apr. 2, 1847; d. 
Apr. 5, 191 1. Egypt. Managmg dir. London 
Times, 

Bell, Dr, Joseph, b. Edinburgh, Scotland, 1837; 
d. Mauricewood, Milton Bridge, Midlothian, 
Oct. 4, 191 1. Medicine. 

Bellew, Harold YLyiXt Money, b. Calcutta 
India, 1857; d. Salt Lake City, Utali, Nov. 
2, 191 1. Drama. 

Benedict, Robert Dewey, b. Burlington, Vt., 
1829; d. Burlington, Vt., July 29, 1911. 
Admiralty. 

Benjamin, Chas. M. b. Hartford, Conn., Aug. 
19, 1849; d. Ithaca, N. Y., Mar. i, 1911. 
Journalism. 

Benton, Joel. b. Amenia, N. Y., 1863; d. 
Poughkeepsie, N. Y., Sept. 15, 191 1. Literature. 

BiNET, Alfred, d. Paris, Oct. 20, 191 1. Science, 
psychology. 

Bird, John T. b. Bethlehem, Hunterdon Co., 
N. J., 1829; d. Trenton, N. J., May 6, 191 1. 
Law. 

Bliss, Cornelius Newton, b. Fall River, Mass., 
Jan. 26, 1833; d' New York City, Oct. 9, 191 1. 
Finance. 

BowDiTCH, Dr. Henry Pickering, b. Boston, 
Mass., Apr. 4, 1840; d. Jamaica Plains, Mass., 
Mar. 13, 191 1. Physiology. 



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Brackett, Anna Caiknder. b. Boston, Mass., 
May 2z, X856; d. Mar. 18, 1911. Education, 
poetry, fiction. 

Bkadford, Rep. Amory Howe. b. Granby, 
Oswego, Co., N. Y., Apr. 14, 1846; d. Mont- 
dair, N. J., Feb. 18, 1911. Religion. 

Bradford, Gamaliel, jr. b. Boston, Mass., Oct. 9, 
1863; d. Hartford, Ct., Aug. 20, 191 1. Political 
economy. 

Bradley, Milton, b. Vienna, Me., Nov. 8, 1836; 
d. Springfield, Mass., May 30, 1911. Educa- 
tional author and Publisher. 

Brainin, Dr. Simon M. b. Riga, Livonia, Russia, 
July 15, 1854; d. New York City, Mar. 30, 
191 1. Sanitation, medicine. 

Brjnkerhoff, Gen. Roeliff. b. Owasco, Cayuga 
Co., N. Y.; d. Mansfield, O., June 4, 1911. 
War. 

Brooks, Byron A. b. Teresa, N. Y., 1845; d. 
Brooklyn, N. Y., Oct., 28, 191 1. Patents 

Brown, George Preston, b. Township of Ham- 
burg, Livingston Co., Mich., Oct. 29, 1848; 
d. Canonsburg, Pa., July 6, 191 1. Journalism. 

Browne, Walter, b. Hull, Yorkshire, Eng. May 
7, 1856; d. New York City, Feb. 9, 191 1. 
Playwright. 

Bruff, Laurence Laurenson. b. Maryland, Oct. 
14, 1851; d. Ordnance Corps, U. S. A., Aug. 
4, 191 1. Ordnance. 

Bull, Dr. C: Stedman. b. New York City, 1845; 
d. New York City, Apr. 17, 191 1. Medical. 

BuLLis, Brig.-Gen. John Lapham. b. New York 
City, Apr. 17, 1841; d. San Antonio, Tex., 
May 26, 191 1. 

Bullock, Bradford A. b. Jackson, Ind., Dec. 
3, 1862; d. New York City, May 7, 1911. 
Law. 

Bunting, Sir Percy William, b. Manchester, 
Eng., 1836; d. London, Eng., July 22, 191 1. 
Editor. 

BuRRiLL, Chas. H. b. Providence, R. I., 1843; 
d. Brooklyn, N. Y., July 12, 191 1. Publisher. 

Bush, Joseph C. b. Salisbury, Md., 1849. ^' 
Orient, L. I., Aug. 27, 191 1. Journalism. 

Butler, Went worth Sanborn, b. Deerfield, N. H., 
Sept. 30., 1826; d. New York City, Apr. i, 
1911. 

Butterfield, Mrs. Rebecca Codman. b. Boston, 
Mass., Jan. 11, 1825; d. West Medford, Mass., 
Dec. 23, 191 1. 

Campbell, Lady Colin, b. Brickhill, County 
Clare, Ireland, i860; d. London, Eng., Nov. 
2, 191 1. Art, journalism. 

Carleton, Henry Guy. b. Ft. Union, N. M., 
June 21, 1856; d. Hot Springs, Ark., Dec. 
10, 191 1. Pla)rwright. 



Carrere, J: Merven. b. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 
Nov. 9, 1858; d. New York, Mar. 2, 191 1. 
Architecture. 

Chaille, Dr. Stanford Emeraon. b. Natchet, 
Miss., 1829; d. New Orleans, Miss., May 
38, 191 1. Medicine. 

Chamberlain, H: Richardson, b. Aug. 25, 1859; 
d. London, Eng., Feb., 15, 191 x. JoumalisiiL 

Chambers, Rev. Ja. b. Holbrook, OnL, Canada, 
Mar. I. 1851; d. Norwich, N. Y., June 10, 
1 9 1 1 . Editor, religion. 

Chevigne, Comte Adheaume de. d. Paris, France, 
Apr. 2, 191 1. Journalism. 

Choate, Chas. F. b. Salem, Mass., May 16, 1828; 
d. Boston, Mass., May 23, 191 z. Law. 

Clancy, Ja. b. Lreland, 1844; d. Clifton, N. J., 
Nov. 8, 191 1. Journalism. 

Clark, Myron Chace. b. Bennington, Vt, 
d. Colorado Springs, Colo., Feb. 11, 191 x. 
Publisher. 

Clarke, Sir Caspar Purdon. b. London, 1846, 
d. London, E^., Mar. 39, 191X. Reviews <n 
art and archaeology. 

Clarke, Richard H. b. July 3, 1827, Washington, 
D. C.; d. New York, May 24, 191 1. Catholic 
Church. 

Cobb, Mrs. Ella White, b. E. Botton, Mass., 

July 22, 1852; d. Hyde Fark, Mass., Apr. 22, 
ion. Fiction. 

CocKCROFT, James, b. New York City, Sept. 2, 
1842; d. Northport, L. I., Nov. 12, 1911. 
Publisher. 

Cocks, Edmund L., M.D. b. New York City, 
Apr. 30. 1856; d. New York City, July 5, 1911. 
Medicine. 

CooN, Spencer Houghton, b. New York Qty, 
1856; d. Brooklyn, N. Y., Mar. 20, 191 1. 
Journalism. 

Corson, Hiram, b. Philadelphia, Pa., Nov. 6. 
1828; d. Ithaca, N. Y., June 15, 191 1. Lit- 
erature. 

CowLES, David S. b. Northampton, Mass., 
Dec. 25, 1857; d. Rye, N. Y., Nov. 6, 1911. 
Paper manufacturing. 

Crall, Leander Howard, b. Harrisbuig, Pa., 
Apr. 14, 1835; ^' Camden, S. C, Apr. 3, 191 1. 
Journalism. 

Crane, Edward N. b. Newark, N. J., 1846; d. 
Newark, N. J., June 13, 191 1. Publisher. 

Crowell, E: Payson. b. Essex, Mass., Sept 7, 
1830; d. Amherst, Mass., Mar. 26, 1911. 
Latin books. 

Culver, Charles B. b. New York City, 1864; d. 
New York City, June 9, 1911. Drama. 



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Curtis, William Eleroy. b. Akron, O., 1850; d. 
Philadelphia, Pa., Oct. 5, 191 1. Biography, 
current events. 

Damon, William Emerson, b. Windsor, Vt., Nov. 
i5» 1838; d. Windsor, Vt., Dec., 191 1. Natur- 
alist. 

Davis, Rob. Stewart, b. 1838; d. Philadelphia', 
Pa., Mar. 17, 1911. Journalism. 

Davis, Thomas H. b. South Bend, Ind., 1859; 
d. White Plains, N. Y., June 8, 1911. Editor. 

De Bouthillier, Marquis Chas. J. b. Paris, 
France, 1857; d. Boston, Mass., July 11, 19 11. 
Literature, politics. 

Deering, William Alloway. b. Toronto, Can.,June 
5, 1858; d. New York City, Aug. 9, 19 11. 
Journalism. 

Densmore, Emmet, b. Blooming Valley, Pa., 
May 19, 1837; d. New York, Mar. 2, 1911. 
Medicine. 

Dextns, J: Bancroft, b. New York, Sept. 26, 
1856; d. New York City, Aug. 26, 1911. 
Editor. 

Dicey, Edward, b. Leicestershire, Eng., 1832; 
d. London, Eng., July 7, 1911. Journalism. 

Deldine, W: Mack. b. Mount Bethel, Pa., 1816; 
d. Washington, N. J., Feb. 13, 1911. Journal- 
ism, poetry, stories. 



DiLKiE, Sir C: Wentworth. b. , 1843; 

d. I^ondon, Eng., Jan. 6, 1911. British politics. 

Dillon, John Milton, b. Davenport, la., 1868; 
d. Far Hills, N. J., Feb. 16, 1911. Essays. 

Dix, Edwin Asa. b. Newark, N. J., June 25, 
i860; d. New York City, Aug. 25, 1911. 
Fiction. 

Dryden. John Fairfield, b. Farmington, Me., 
Aug. 7, 1839; d. Newark, N. J., Nov. 24, 
19 II. Insurance. 

Dltoley, Wm. R. Prof, b. Guilford, Conn., 1849; 
d. Palo Alto, Cal., June 4, 1911. Botany. 

Durland, Kellogg, b. New York City, Mar. 13, 
1881; d. Middletown, N. Y., Nov. 22, 1911. 
Sociology. 

Dyson, Timothy J. b. Huddington, Yorkshire, 
Eng., 1 841; d. Brooklyn, N. Y., May 6, 1911. 
Journalism. 

Earle, Mrs. Alice Morse, b. Worcester, Mass., 
Apr. 27, 1853; d. Brookl3m, N. Y., Feb. 22, 
191 1. History. 

Eastman, Julia Arabella, b. Wellesley, Mass., 
1837; d. Wellesley, Mass., Dec. 25, 191 1. 
Juvenile fiction. 

Edwards, J: Passmore. b. Cornwall, Eng., Mar. 
24, 1823; d. London, Eng., Apr. 22, 1911. 
Journalism. 



Eggleston, G:^Cary. b. Vevay, Ind., Nov.''26, 
1839; d. New York City, Apr. 14, 191 1. 
Essays, historical fiction. Jly j 

Elverson, Ja. b. England, 1838; d. Philadelphia, 
Pa., Feb. 10, 191 1. Journalism. 

Engels, Hugo Fs. b. Silesia, Germany, 1838; 
d. Boston, Mass., Feb. 6, 191 1. 

Emmons, S: Franklin, b. Boston, Mass., Mar. 
29, 1841; d. Washington, D. C, Mar. 29, 
1911. Geology, science. 

Evans, Elizabeth Edson. b. Newport, N. H., 1 83 2 ; 
d. Aibling, Bavaria, Sept. 9, 1911. Fiction, 
poetry. 

EvERHART, Dr. Isaiah F. b. Berks Coimty, Pa., 
1840; d. Scranton, Pa., May 27, 1911. 

Fargue, Paul la. b. Santiago, Cuba, 1842; d. 
Draveil, France, Nov. 26, 191 1. Socialism. 

Farman, Elbert E. b. New Haven, Oswego Co., 
N. Y., Apr. 23, 183 1 ; d. Warsaw, N. Y., 
Dec. 30, 191 1. Egyptian history. 

Faunce, Dr. Daniel Worcester, D.D. b. Ply- 
mouth, Mass., Jan. 3, 1829; d. Providence, 
R. I., Jan. 3, 191 1. Religion. 

Fenn, Harry, b. Surrey, Eng., Oct., 14, 1837; 
d. Montclair, N. J., Apr. 22,1911. Art, illus- 
tration. 

Ferris, J: Mason, D.D, b. Albany, N. Y., Jan. 
17, 1825; d. Brooklyn, N. Y., Feb. i, 1911. 
Editorial work. 

Fish, W: H: b. MillviUe, Mass., Mar. i, 1844; 
d. Boston, Mass., Mar. 19, 191 1. Sermons, 
religion. 

Fitzgerald, Bishop Oscar P. b. North Carolina, 
Aug. 24, 1829; d. Monteagle, Tenn., Aug. 
5, 191 1. Religion. 

Fleming, Mrs. Willlamina Paton. b. Dundee, 
Scotland, 1857; d. Boston, Mass., May 21, 
19 II. Astronomy. 

Flinch, Alfr. b. Copenhagen, Denmark, 1840; 
d. New York City, July 5, 191 1. Travel, 
translation. Editor. 



-, 1833; d. Balti- 



Fluegel, Maurice, b. 

more, Md., Feb. 14, 1911. History, hygiene, 
politics. 

FoGAZZARO, Antonio, b. Vicenza, Italy, Mar. 25, 
1842; d. Rome, Italy, Mar. 6, 1911. Poetry, 
fiction. 

Ford, Boykin. b. Savannah, Ga., 1852; d. 
New York City, July 14, 1911. Sporting. 

Foss, S: Wa. b. Candia, N. H., 1858; d. Boston, 
Mass., Feb. 26, 1911. Poetry, journalism. 

Foster, Dr. Frank, b. Concord, N. H., 1841; d. 
Chadwick, N. J., Aug. 13, 191 1. Medicine. 

Franos, Chas. Spencer, b. Troy, N. Y., June 
i7» 1853; d. Troy, N. Y., Dec. i, 191 1. Jour- 
nalism. 



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Freeman, J: C. b. Lisle, N. Y., Feb. 14, 1842; 
d. Topeka, Kan., Apr. 10, 191 1. English 
literature. 

Friedow, Ernst, b. Germany, 1853; d. Brook- 
lyn, N. Y., Mar. 24, 191 1 . Journalism. 

Fyles, Franklin, b. Troy, N. Y., 1847; d. New 
York City, July 4, 191 1. Dramatic Critic. 

Galton, Sir Fs. b. England, Feb. 16, 1822; 
d. London, Eng., Jan. 18, 191 1. Sdence, 
geography, heredity. 

Gates, General Thdr. B. b. Oneonta, N. Y., 
1824; d. Brookl3m, N. Y., July 11, 191 1. 
Mih'tary history. 

Gilbert, Sir William Schwenck. b. London, 
Eng., Nov. 18, 1836; d. Harrow, Eng., May 29, 
191 1. Playwright. 

Gilpin, J: b. 1848. d. Sept. 10, 191 1. Joiunal- 
ist. 

GiLROY, Thomas F. b. Ireland, 1840; d. Far 
Rockaway, L. I., Dec. i, 191 1. Politics. 

GmouARD, Hon. D6sir6. b. St. Timoth^e, P. Q., 
July 7, 1836; d. Ottawa, Can., Mar. 22, 1911. 
Essays. 

GuiLMANT, Felix Alexandre, b. Boulogne, France, 
Mar. 12, 1837; d. Paris, France, Apr. 2, 1911. 
Composer. 

Goodman, E: b. Northamptonshire, Eng., 1830; 
d. Chicago, lU., Feb. 14, 191 1. 

Goodrich, Arth. L. b. Hartford, Conn., 1849; d* 
Hartford, Conn., Apr. 17, 191 1. Journalism. 

Goodrich, Chas. T. b. Newburgh, N. Y., Dec. 
5, 1846; d. Newburgh, N. Y., July 14, 191 1. 
Journalism. 

Greif, Martin, b. Speyer, Bavaria, 1839; d- 
Kufstein, Austria-Hungary, Apr. i, 191 1. 
Poetry, plays. 

Griswold, Dan. Paine, b. New York City, 1865 ; 
d. Geranium Villa, Lenox, Mass., July 11, 
1911. Drama. 

Guernsey, Wm. H. b. New York City, 1839; 
d. Riverside, Conn., June 9, 191 1. BookseUer. 

Guild, Curtis, b. Boston, Mass., Jan. 13, 1827; 
d. Boston, Mass., Mar. 12, 191 1. Journalism, 
poetry. 

Hague, Chas. A. b. Newton, Mass., Oct. 9, 
1849; d. New York City, June 24, 1911. 
Engineering. 

Hall, Thos. b. Philadelphia, Pa., Feb. 4, 1834; 
d. Brooklyn, N. Y. , Nov. 19,1911. Inventions. 

Hall, Dr. Thomas, jr. b. Boston, Mass., 1869; 
d. Baltimore, Md., Aug. 19, 1911. Literature. 

Hamersly, Lewis Randolph, b. Washington. 
D. C, 1849; d. Annapolis, Md., Dec. 31, 1911. 
Navy. Publisher. 



Harlan, Justice John M. b. Boyle Co., Kentucky, 
June I, 1833; d. Washington, D. C., Oct 14, 
Z911. Law. 

Harper, Ja. b. New York City, 1847; d. Mont- 
dair, N. J., July 15, 1911- Publisher. 

Harrigan, Edward, b. New Yoric City, Oct 26, 
1843; d. New York City, June 6,1911. Drama. 

Harrison, ZV. James Albert, b. Pass Christian, 
Miss., Aug. 21, 1848; d. Charlottesville, Va., 
Jan. 21, 1911. Literature, philology. 

Haskins, Caryl D. b. Waltham, Mass., May 22, 
1867; d. Salt Lake City, Utah, Nov. x8, 1911. 
Patents. 

Hastings, T: S: b. Utica, N. Y., Aug. 28, 1829; 
d. New York, Apr. a, 1911. Homiletics. 

Hayne, Jos. E. b. Charleston, S. C, 1849; d. 

Brooklyn, N. Y., Jan. 17, 1911. Negroes. 

Hawthorne, Col. Frank Warren, b. Bath, Me., 
July I, 1852; d. Montdair, N. J., Nov. 25, 
1911. Journalism. 

Henderson, J: Jos. b. Alleghany Co., Pa., SepL 
23, 1843; ^- Indianapol^, Ind., ^r. 3, 1911. 
Law. 

Higginson, Col. Thomas Wentworth, b. Cam- 
bridge, Mass., Dec. 22, 1823; d. Boston, 
Mass., May 9, 1911; Essays, history, poetiy. 

Hill, Hawthorne, b. Marion, Crittenden Co., 
Ky., Apr. 13, 1857; d. New York City, Feb. 
2, 1911. Journalism. 

HiNGSTON, Ja. b. Lreland, 1856; d. Ellenville, 
N. Y., Mar. 18, 1911. Journidism, astrology. 

HiNKLE, A. Howard, b. Cincinnati, O., Dec. 7i 
1842; d. Hot Springs, Va., May 25, 1911. 
Publisher. 

Hitchcock, E: b. Amherst, Mass., May 23, 1828; 
d. Amherst, Mass., Feb. 15, 1911. HygicDe. 



■, 1830; 



HODDER, M. H. b. England, 

d. Bromley, Kent, Eng., Oct. 18, 1911. 
Publisher. 

Hollow ay, William R. b. Richmond, Ind., 1836; 
d. Indianapolis, Ind., Dec. 31, 1911. Jour- 
nalism. 

Hooker, Sir Joseph Dalton. b. Haleswoith, 
Su£folk, Eng., June 30, 181 7; d. London, Eng., 
Dec. II, 1911. Science, surgery. 

Houghton, Oscar Ready, b. Wetumpka, Ala., 
1846; d. Atlantic City, N. J., Mar. 3, 1911. 
Publisher. 

Houssaye, Henri, b. Paris, Feb. 24, 1848; d. 
Paris, France, Sept. 24, 1911. French histoiy. 

Howland, Edward C. b. Poughkeepsie, N. Y^ 
1857; d. New York City, July 10, 1911. 
Journalism. 



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Hughes, Thomas Aloysius. b. Liverpool, Eng.* 
Jan. 24, 1849; d* Meadow Glen, L. L, Aug., 
19, 191 1. Religion. 

Hughes, Thomas Patrick, b. Ludlow, Eng., 
Mar. 26, 1838; d. Kings Park, N. Y., Aug. 8, 
19x1. Orientalist. 

Hunt, John W. b. Louisville, Ky., 1862; d. At 
sea, Dec. 31, 191 1. Journalism. 

Ives, Halsey Cooley. b. Montour Falls, N. Y., 
Oct. 27, 1846; d. London, May 6, 191 1. Art. 

Jackson, Abraham Willard. b. Portland, Me., 
Apr. 7, 1843; d. Melrose, Mass., Apr. 25, 191 1. 
Essays, reUgion. 

Jacob Y, Mas. b. Prussia, 1831; d. New York, 
* Apr. 8, 191 1. Publisher. 

Jane WAY, ^ E: Gamaliel, M,D. b. New Jersey, 
Aug. 31, 1841; d. Summit, N. J., Feb. 10. 
191 1. Medicine. 

Jensen, Dr, Wilhelm. b. Holstein, Germany, 
Feb., 1837; ^' Munich, Bavaria, Nov. 24, 
191 1. P'iction. 

John, Prince, of Denmark, b. Gottorp, Copen- 
hagen, Denmark, Dec. 5, 1825; d. Copen- 
hagen, May 27, 191 1. Genealogy, heraldry, 
history. 

Johnson, Tom Loftin. b. Georgetown, Ky., 
July 18, 1854; d. Cleveland, O., Apr. 10, 191 1. 

Jones, Prof. George W. b. East Corinth, Me., 
Oct. 14, 1837; d. Ithaca, N. Y., Oct. 30, 191 1. 
Mathematics. 

Keith, W: b. Old Meldnmi, Scotland, 1839; 
d. Berkeley, Cal., Apr. 13, 1911. Art. 

Kellogg, Alice Maude, b. Monroe, Mich., May 
31, 1862; d. New Rochelle, N. Y., June 16, 
1 9 1 1 . Interior decoration. 

Kelly, Aloysius Oliver Jos., M,D. b. Phila- 
delphia, June 13, 1870; d. Philadelphia, Feb. 
23, 191 1. Medicine. 

Kennett, Thomas Aiguier. b. New York City, 
1843; d. New York City, June 30, 191 1. 
Journalism. 

Kester, Vaughan. b. New Brunswick, N. J., 
Sept. 12, 1869; d. Gunston Hall, Fairfax Co., 
Va., July 5, 191 1. Fiction. 

Kildare, Owen Frawley. b. New York City, 
June II, 1864; d. New York City, Feb. 4, 
191 1. Fiction. 

Kinnicutt, Leonard Parker, b. Worcester, Mass., 
Afay 22, 1854; d- Worcester, Mass., Feb. 6, 
1 911 . Chemistry, sewage. 

Kipung, John Lockwood. b. Pickering, Eng., 
1837; d. Salisbury, Eng., Jan. 29, 1911. 
Father of Rudyard Kipling. 

KiRBY, Maurice Brown, b. Washmgton, D. C, 
1876; d. New York, N. Y., Mar. 27, 191 1. 
Journalism, drama. 



Kittredge, Ex-Senator Alfred B. b. Cheshire 
Co., N. H., Mar. 26, 1861; d. Hot Springs, 
Ark., May 4, 191 1 . Engineering. 

Knafp, Dr. Herman, b. Daubom, Prussia, Mar. 
17, 1832; d. Mamaroneck, N. Y., Apr. 30, 
191 1. Medical text-books. 

Knafp, Seaman Asahel. b. Essex Co., N. Y., Dec. 
16, 1833; d. Washington, D. C, Apr. i, 191 1. 
Agriculture. 

Kromer, Capt. C: C. b. Schoharie, N. Y., 1842; 
d. Schoharie, N. Y., Apr. 5, 191 1. Journalism. 

KuMORA, Marquis Jutaro. b. Japan, 1855; d. 
Tokio, Japan, Nov.24, 191 1. Statesmanship. 

Laub, Henry L. b. Barre, Vt., Feb. 3, 1834; d. 
Troy, N. Y., July 3, 191 1. Joiunalism. 

Lambdin, Dr. Alfred Cochrane, b. Philadelphia, 
Pa., Jan. 29. 1846; d.Warwick, N. Y., Nov. 8, 
191 1. Music, art. 

Latch, E: Biddle, b. Lower Merion Tp., Mont- 
gomery Co., Pa., Nov. 15, 1833; d. Philadel- 
phia. Apr. 13, 191 1. Scriptural and Mosaic 
history. 

Lawrence, E: Addison, b. Groton, Mass. 1823; 
d. Orange, N. J., Feb. 2, 191 1. Education. 

Lecocq, Alex. C: b. Paris, June 3, 1832; d. Isle 
of Guernsey, Mar. i, 191 1. Opera bouffe 
composer. 

Leech, John S. b. Bloomington, 111., July 2, 1868; 
d. Bloomington, 111., June 16, 191 1. Printing. 

Levasseur, Pierre Emil. b. Paris, France, Dec. 
8, 1828; d. Paris, France, July 10, 191 1. 
Social science. 

Leveque, Joseph Mark. b. Natchitoches, La., 
1868; d. New York City, Dec. 31, 19 11. Jour- 
nalism. 

Lewis, Sir George Henry, b. 1833; d. London, 
Eng., Dec. 7, 19 11. Law. 

LiPMAN, Alvah S. b. Apr. 3, 1855, New York 
City; d. New York City, Apr. 5, 19 II. Play- 
wright. 

Lippincott, Craige. b. Philadelphia, Pa., Nov. 
4, 1846; d. Philadelphia, Pa., Apr. 6, 1911. 
Publisher. 

Little, C: Jos. b. Philadelphia, Sept. 21, 1840; 
d. Chicago, 111., Mar. 11, 191 1. Essays, 
religion. 

Lloyd, S. b. Philadelphia, 1841; d. Brooklyn, 
N. Y., Apr. II, 191 1. Editor. 

LooMis, Charles Battell. b. Brooklyn, N. Y., 1861 ; 
d. Hartford, Conn., Sept. 23, 191 1. Fiction, 
humor. 

Lord, Prof. Nathaniel Wright, b. Cincinnati, O., 
1854; d. Columbus, O., May 23, 191 1. Science. 

Loud, Hulda B. b. Rockland, Mass., 1845; d. 
Rockland, Mass., Apr. 6, 19 11. Journalism. 



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Lowell, Judge Fs. Cabot, b. Boston, Jan. 7, 
1855; d. Boston, Mar. 7, 191 1. Essays. 

McAuuFF, Cornelius, b. Ireland, 1850; d. 
Chicago, Apr. 10, 191 1. Editor. 

M'CooK, Rev, Henry C. b. New Lisbon, O., 
July 3, 1837; d. Philadelphia, Pa., Oct. 31, 
1911. Science, religion. 

McCuLLOUGH, Myrtle Reed. b. Chicago, 111., 
1874; d. Chicago, 111., Aug. 17, 1911. Fiction, 
cookery. 

MTadden, Parmalee J. b. Philadelphia, 1863; 
d. Greenwich, Conn., Feb. 9, 191 1. Editor. 

McGhee, Zach. b. South Carolina, 1872; d. 
Washington, D. C, Feb. 23, 191 1. Journalism. 

Mackay-Smith, Bishop Alexander, b. New Haven, 
Conn., 1850; d. Philadelphia, Pa., Nov. 16, 
1911. 

McSheehy, H. J. b. Logansport, Ind., Apr., 1878; 
d. Logansport, Ind. , Feb. 21,1911. Journalism. 

Mahler, Gustav. b. Kalisht, Bohemia, July 7, 
i860; d. Vienna, Austria-Hungary. May 18, 
191 1. Music. 

Mabch, Prof. Francis Andrew, b. Milbury, Mass.i 
Oct. 25, 1825; d. Easton, Pa., Sept. 9, 191 1. 
Philology. 

Marl\ Pia, Queen Dowager of Portugal, b. Naples, 
Italy, 1847; d. Turin, Italy, July 5, 191 1. 

Matthews, Geo. E. b. Westfield, Chautauqua, 
Co., N. Y., 185s; d. Falconwood, Grand 
Island, Niagara Falls, N. Y., June 12, 191 1. 
Editor. 

Meigs, Prof. John. b. Pottstown, Pa., Aug. 31, 
1852; d. Pottstown, Pa., Nov. 6, 191 1. 

Mighels, Philip Verrill. b. Carson City, Nev., 
1869; d. Bliss Ranch, Nev., Oct. 13, 191 1. 
Fiction. 

Miller, Eliz. Smith, b. 1822; Hampton, 
Livingston Co., N. Y.; d. Rochester, N. Y., 
May 23, 191 1. Domestic matters. 

Miller, Jahu De Witt. b. Cross River, West- 
chester Co., N. Y,, Mar. i, 1857; d. Boise, 
Idaho, July 29, 191 1. Lecturer. 

Mitchell, C: Elliott, b. Bristol, Conn., May 11, 
1837; d. New Britain, Conn., Mar. 17, 1911. 

MooNEY, Luis Walton, b. Englewood, N. J., 
1870; d. New York City, July 12, 1911. 
Journalism. 

Morris, John Emery, b. Springfield, Mass., 
Nov. 30, 1843; d. Hartford, Conn., May 30, 
191 1. Genealogy. 

Morse, Howard M. b. Rhinebeck, N. Y., 1842; 
d. New York City; Dec. 31, 1911. Law, 
history. 

MosELEY, E: A. b. Newburyport, Mass., Mar. 
23, 1846; d. Washington, D. C, Apr. 18, 
191 1. Railroads, biography. 



MoTTL, Felix, b. Vienna, Aug. 24, 1856; d. 
Mimich, Bavaria, July 2, 191 1. Music 

MuNKiTTRiCK, Richard Kendall, b. Manchester, 
Eng., Mar. 5, 1853; cL Stamfofd, Conn., 
Oct. 1 7, 1911 . Editor, humorist. 

Nash, Fs. Phih'p. b. Boston, 1836; d. Boston, 
Feb. 5, 191 1. Latin. 

Nation, Carrie; d. Leavenworth, Kan., June 9, 
1 9 II . Temperance. 

Nettleton, General Alfred Bayard, b. Beilin, 
Delaware Co., O., Nov. 14, 1838; d. Chicago, 
m., Aug. 14, 1911. Industrialism. 

Newbegin, Rob. Goodchild. b. Devizes, Eng., 
Aug. 6, 1854; d. Flatbosh, L. L, Aug. 20, 
1911. Publisher. 

O'Connor, Edward A. b. Ithy, Ireland, Mar. 12, 
1840; d. Jersey City, N. J., July 14, 1911. 
Journalism. 

O'Connor, Rev, Ja. A. b. Ireland, 1846; d. New 
York City, July 17, 1911. Religion. 

OiiN, W: Milo. b. Warrenton, Ga., Sq>t 18, 
1845; ^' Boston, Mass., Apr. 15, 1911. 
Journalism. 

Osgood, Ed. Louis, b. Fryeburg, Me., Aug. 6; 
1843; d. Hopedale, Mass., June 10, xgxi. 

Osgood, Dr, Howard, b. Magnolia Plantation, 
Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana, Jan. 4, 1831; 
d. Rochester, N. Y., Nov. 28, 191 1. 

Paret, William, b. New York, Sept. 23, 1826; 
d. Baltimire, Md., Jan. 18, 191 1. Theology. 

Parmelee, Mrs, Mary Piatt, b. Albany, N. Y., 
July 14, 1843; d- New York City, May 26, 
19 II. History. 

Patterson, Rob. Ma3me. b. Philadelphia, Ju^ 
17, 1832; d. Philadelphia, Apr. 6, 19x1. Edi- 
tor, religion. 

Peek, Rev. Jos. Yates, b. Schenectady, N. Y., 
Feb. 27, 1843; d- Brooklyn, N. Y., Mar. 17, 
191 1. Journalism. 

Phillips, D: Graham, b. Madison, Ind., Oct. 31, 
1867; d. New York City, Jan. 24, 1911. 
Fiction. 

Pierson, Arth. Tappan. b. New York City, Mir. 
6, 1837; d. Brooklyn, N. Y., June 3, 1911. 
Editor, religion, missions. 

PiLCHER, Capt. Ja. E. b. Adrian, Mich. Mar. x8, 
1857; d. Savannah, Ga., Apr. 8, 1911. MUitaiy, 
surgery, history, biography. ^-^ jji^^ 

Pitcairn, Dr. Hugh. b. Johnston, Scotland, 1845; 
d. Hamburg, Germany, July 20. 1911. Jour- 
nalism. .^^^ 



Plumacher, Col. Eugene Herman, b. Dusaddoif, 
Germany, 1839; d. Washington, D. C, Sept 
25, 191 1. MecUcine. 



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PoLLAXD, Perdval. b. Greifswatd, Pmnerania, 
Jan. 29, 1869: d. Baltimore, Md., Dec. 17, 
191 1 . Plays, literature. 

PouLSON, Niels« b. Horsens, Denmark, Feb. 27, 
1843; <!• Brookljm, N. Y., May 3, 191 1. 

Preston, Miss Harriet Waters, b. Danvers, Mass., 
1841; d. Cambridge, Mass., June 3, 191 1. 
Literature, essays. 

Pkice, Dr, Jos. b. Virginia 1853; d. Philadelphia, 
Pa., June 7, 191 1. Gjmecology, surgery. 

Pkingle, Cjnus Guernsey, b. Charlotte, Vt., 
May 6, 1838; d. Burlington, Vt., May 26, 
191 1. Science. 

PuLiTZEK, Joseph, b. Buda-Pesth, Himgary, 
Apr. 10, 1847; d. on yacht, harbor of Charles- 
ton, S. C, Oct. 29, 191 1. Proprietor, N, Y, 
World. 

Pullman, F: b. 1859; d. New York City, Aug. 
24 , 1 9 1 1 . Theatre publisher. 

Pyle, Howard, b. Wilmington, Del., 1853; d. 
Florence, Italy, Nov. 9, 191 1. Art, fiction. 

Raine, Edward, b. Minden, Germany, Mar. 2, 
1834; d. Baltimore, Md., Apr. 23, 1911. 
Journalism. 

Reed, Dr, Augusta, b. Lowell, Mass., 1852; d. 
New York City, Feb. 9. 191 1. Medicine. 

RjEfm, William Max. b. Amsterdam, N. Y., June 
8, 1839; d. Amsterdam, N. Y., Nov. 27, 1911. 
History. 

Reuss, Eduard. b. New York City, Sept. 16, 1852; 
d. Dresden, Germany, Feb. 18, 191 1. Music, 
biography. 

RiCHAXDS, Mrs. Ellen Henrietta Swallow, b. 
Dunstable, Mass., Dec. 3, 1842; d. Jamaica 
Plains, Mar. 30, 191 1. Hygiene. 

Richards, Mrs. Fanny A. b. New London, Conn., 
Sept. 26, 1837; d. New York City, Feb. 18, 
191 1. Miscellaneous essays. 

Richardson, Cass. b. Almond, Allegheny Co., 
N. Y., 1849; d. New York City, June 9, 1911. 
Rare books. 

Robertson, Peter, b. Vale of Leven, Scotland, 
1857; d. San Francisco, Aug. 9, 191 1. Drama. 

Robie, Edward D. b. Burlington, Vt., 1831; d. 
Washington, D. C, June 8, 191 1. Rear- 
Admiral. 

Robinson, Prof. William Callyhan. b. Norwich, 
Conn., July 26, 1834; d. Washington, D. C, 
Nov. 6, 1911. Law. 

Rogers, Rev. James Guinness, b. Enniskillen, 
Ire., Dec. 29, 1822; d. London, Eng., Aug. 
20, 191 1. Religion. 

RouviER, Maurice, b. 1842; d. Paris, France, 
June 7, 191 1. Statesman. 



Rullman, Frederick, b. New York City, 1849; 
d. New York City, Aug. 24, 191 1. Publi^er, 
stage. 

Russell, William Clark, b. New York City, 
Feb. 24, 1844; d. Bath, Eng., Nov. 8, 191 1. 
Sea tales. 

Ryan, Archbishop Patrick J. b. Thurles, County 
Tipperary, Ire.; d. Philadelphia, Pa., Feb. n, 
191 1. Religion. 

Ryan, Timothy E. b. Greenwich, N. Y., Jan. 10, 
1859; d. Waukesha, Wis., July 13, 1911, 
Politics. 

Saxe, Dr. George Alexander De Santos, b. St. 
Petersburg, 1876; d. New York City, Sept. 
II, 191 1. Editor, medicine. 

ScHLEYER, Johann Martin, b. 1831; d. Baden, 
Germany, July 20, 1911. Inventor of " Vola- 
puk." 

ScHOENHOF, Carl. b. Oppenheim (on the Rhine), 
Ger., Nov. 25, 1842; d. Brookline, Mass., May 
28, 191 1. Publisher. 

Schwab, L. Henry, b. New York City, Apr. 2, 
1857; d. Sharon, Conn., May 28, 1911. 
Religion. 

Scudder, Samuel Hubbard, b. Boston, Mass., 
Apr. 13, 1837; d. Cambridge, Mass., May 25, 
191 1. Science. 

Seckendorff, Couni Max G. b. Brussels, Bel- 
guim, 1853; d. Frankfort-on-the-Main, Ger., 
Aug. 18, 19 II. Journalism. 

Sefton, W: C. b. Liverpool, Eng., 1841; d. 
Mount Vernon, N. Y., Jan. 30, 191 1. Jour- 
nalism. 

Senator, Prof. Herman, b. Gnesen, Province of 
Posen, Ger., Dec. 6, 1834. d. Berlin, Ger., 
July 14, 191 1. Medicine. 

Shapiro, Maurice, b. Memel, Ger., Jan. 11, 1873; 
d. New York City, June i, 1911. Music 
publisher. 

Shepard, Edward Morse, b. New York City, 
July 23, 1850; d. Lake George, N. Y., July 
14, 191 1. Law. 

Shepperson, Col. Alfr. b. Virginia, 1837; d. 
New York City, Nov. 20, 191 1. Cotton. 

Singer, Paul. b. Berlin, Ger., Jan. 16, 1844; d. 
Berlin, Ger., Jan. 31, 191 1. Sodsdist. 

SuriH, Charles J. b. Brighton, Eng., 1841; d. 
New York City, July 12, 191 1. Insurance. 

Smith, Hannah Whitall. b. Philadelphia, Pa., 
1832; d. Oxford, Eng., May i, 1911. Rdigion. 

Smith, Brigadier-General Jos. Rowe. b. Madison 
Barracks, N. Y., Apr. 18, 183 1; d. Philadelphia, 
Pa., Feb. 11, 191 1. Science. 

Smith, Millard Fillmore, b. Brooklyn, N. Y., 
1856; d. Brooklyn, N. Y., Nov. 21, 1911. 
Journalism. 



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Sperky, C: Stillman. b. Brooklyn, Sept. 3, 1847; 
d. Washington, D. C, Feb. i, 191 1. Rear- 
admiral. 

Spielhagen, Friedrich. b. Magdeburg, Ger., Feb. 
24, 1829; d. Berlin, Ger., Feb. 25, 19x1. 
Fiction. 

Stannasd, Mrs, Arthur [" John Strange Winter "]. 
b. York, Eng., Jan. 13, 18^6; d. London, Eng. 
Dec. 14, 1911. Fiction, hterature. 

Steenstra, Peter Henry, D,D, b. Holland, Jan. 
24i 1833; d. Robbinston, Me., Apr. 27, 191 z. 
Religion, theology. 

Sterns, Edward H. b. Old Hadley, Mass., July 
13) 1S43; d* Springfield, Mass., Aug. 10, 191 1. 
Paper manufacturing. 

Stiles, Rev. William Curtis, b. Stoneham, Me., 
June 14, 1851; d. Brooklyn, N. Y., Aug. 15, 
191 1. Religion. 

Stolypin, Peter A. b. 1861; d. Kieflf, Russia, 
Sept. 18, 191 1. Statesman. 

Stoney, G. Johnston, b. Ireland, Feb. 15, 1826 
d. London, Eng., July 12, 191 1. Astronomy 

Stretton, Hesba. b. Shropshire, Eng., 1841; 
d. London, Eng., Oct. 9, 191 1. Fiction. 

Swift, F. R. b. Birmingham, Eng., Dec. 21. 
1861; d. Daytona, Fla., Apr. 2, 1911. Jour- 
nalism. 

Taschereau, Sir Henri Elzear. b. Ste. Mary de 
la Beauce, Quebec, Oct. 7, 1836; d. Ottawa, 
Ont., Can., Apr. 14, 1911. Law. 

Taylor, Rear Admiral John Yeatman. b. East 
Nottingham, Pa., 1852; d. Washington, 
D. C, Nov. 16, 1911. 

Thiry, John Henry, b. Bastogne, Belguim, Dec, 
30, 1822; d. Dutch Kills, L. I., June 23, 1911. 
Bibb'ophile. 

Thompson, Denman. b. Girard, Erie Co., Pa., 
Oct. 15, 1833; d. West Swanzey, N. H., Apr. 
14, 19 II. Plays. 

Thompson, Gideon B. b. Winchester, O., Aug. 4, 
1840; d. Indianapolis, Ind., Mar. 24, 191 1. 
Journalism. 

Thurston, Katharine Cecil, b. Cork, Ire.; d. 
London, Eng., Sept. 6, 191 1. Fiction. 

Townshend, John. b. New Buckingham, Norfolk, 
Eng., Sept., 19, 1819; d. New York City, 
Aug. 13, 191 1. Law. 

Tschudi, Prof. Hugo von. b. Gut Jakobshof, 
Austria, Nov. 7, 1851; d. Munich, Bavaria, 
Nov. 24, 191 1. Art. 

Underwood, Sara A. (Francis), b. Penrith, Eng., 
July 21, 1838; d. Jacksonville, HI., Mar. 16, 
191 1. Editor, free thought. 

Vance, Wilson, b. Findlay, O., Dec. 20, 1846; 
d. Chattanooga, Tenn., Nov. 10, 191 1. Editor, 
fiction. 



Van't Hoff, Prof. Jakob Heinrich. b. Rotterdim 
Holland, 1852; d. Berlin, Germany, Mar. 2, 
1911. Chemistry. 

Vinton, Bishop A. H. b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Mar. 
30, 1852; d. Springfield, Mass., Jan. 18, 1911. 
Sermons. 

Vinton, Frederic Porter, b. Bangor, Me., Jan. 
29, 1846, d. Boston, Mass., May 20, 191 x. Ait 

Voorhees, Prof. Ed. B., b. Pine Brook, N. J, . 
1856; d. New Brunswick, N. J., June 7, 1911. 
Agricultural Chemistry. 

Walker, Albert Perry, b. Alton Bay, N. E, 
Jime 9, 1862; d. Newton, Mass., Mar. 28, 
191 z. Literature. 

Walsh, J: R. b. 1837; d. Chicago, 111., Oct. 23. 
Publisher. 

Ward, Mrs. Elizabeth Stuart Phelps, b. Boston, 
Mass., Aug. 31, 1844; d. Newton Centre, 
Mass., Jan. 28, 19 11. Fiction. 

Ward, Dr. G: Whitfield, b. New York City, 
July 28, 1850; d. New York City, Apr. Si 
191 1. Throat. 

Ward, Henry Snowden. b. Great Horton, Brad- 
ford, Eng., Feb. 27, 1865; d. New York City, 
Dec. 6, 191 1. Editor, essajdst. 

Ware, Eugene F. b. Hartford, Conn., May 29, 
1 841; d. Cascade, Colo, July i, 191 1. Law, 
poetry. 

Warner, Ja. Douglas, b. Half Moon, Saratoga 
Co., N. Y., Apr. 3, 1827; d. New York City, 
Mar. 12, 1911. Engineering. 

Watkins, Nicholas, b. Annapolis, Md., 1834; 
d. Washington, D. C, Dec. 30, 191 1. Jour- 
nalism, printing. 

Webb, Gen. Alex. Stewart, b. New York City, 
Feb. 15,1835; d. Riverdale-on-Hudson, N. Y., 
Feb. 12, 191 1. War. 

Wells, Mrs. Catherine Boott (Kate Gannett 
Wells), b. England, 1838; d. Boston, Mass., 
Dec. 13, 1911. Education, religious education. 

Wells, D: Collin, b. Fayetteville, N. Y*, Sept. 
23, 1858; d. Hanover, N. H., June 13, 1911. 
Editor in sociology. 

Wendell, Jacob, jr. b. New York, Apr. 13, 1869; 
d. New York, Apr. 22, 1911. Plays. 

Wetmore, Dr. E: W. b. Detroit, Mich., 1848; 
d. Albany, N. Y., Mar. 22, 1911. Education. 

Wheat, Wallace Benjamin, b. Port Jervis, N. Y., 
Oct. 25, 1853; d. Port Jervis, N. Y., Apr. 25, 
1911. Animal stories. 

White, Erskine N., D.D. b. New York City, 
May 31, 1833; d. New York City, Feb. iji 
19 II. Biography, religions. 

Whitehouse, Frederic Cope. b. Rochester, N. Y., 
Nov. 9, 1842; d. New York City, Nov. 16, 
1 9 1 1 . Astronomy, geology. 



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WHrmEYEE, Dr. John Franklin, b. Schenectady, 
N. Y., Nov. I, 1863; <L New York City, 
June 23, 19ZI. 

WmTNEY, Hemy Mitchell, b. Northampton, 
Mass., Jan. 16, 184^; d. New Haven, Conn., 
Mar. 26, 191 X. Education, history. 

WnnTEMOXE, Prof, Wm. L. b. Francestown, 
N. H., Aug. 21, 1824; d. Milford, N. H., 
July, 2, 191 1. Science. 

WhympeSj Edward, b. Apr. 24^ 1840; d. Cha^ 
mouniz, France, Sept. 16, 19x1. Art 

Williams, T: T. b. London, Eng., 1855; d. New 
York City, Mar. 22, X911. Joi 

Wilson, Benj. Lee. b. Newark, C, Nov. s, 1867; 
d. Cornwall, N. Y., June 24, 191 z. Shakes- 
pearean critic. 



Wilson, Dr. Wm. Robert Anthony, b. Wash- 
ington, Dl., Jan. 28, 1870; d. Pittsfield, Mass., 
May 14, 1911. Fiction, juveniles. 

WiNTERBURN, Dr. George W. b. New York City, 
Sept. 19, X845; d- New York City, Nov. 20, 
X91X. Medicine. 



WooLT, Solomon, b. Mobile, Ala.,- 



-, 184X; 



d. New York City, May 27, 191 1. Geometry. 

WOBDSWORTH, J: b. 

WURTZ, Dr. Henry, b. Easton, Pa., Jime 5, 1823; 
d. Brooklyn, N. Y., Nov. 11, 19x1. Editor, 
chemistry. 

Xaviex, Augustus P. b. Flatbush, L. L, 1864; 
d. Yonkers, N. Y., July 14, 1911. Publisher. 

Young, Dan Kissam. b. Williamsburg, Brooklyn, 
Dec 2, 1851; d. Narberth, Pa., Apr. 16, 19x1. 
Socialism. 



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BIBLIOGRAPHIES 

AMERICAN AND ENGLISH, PUBLISHED IN 1911 

NoTB. This list includes also certain books published too late in xqxo to be included in the list for that year 
The dates in parentheses refer to the issue of the Publishers' Weekly in which the full entry was recorded. 



Accidents. Pittsburgh Carnegie Library. Industrial 
accidents; a select list of books. 25 c. Carnegie 
Lib. 

Accounting, (/it New York State Education 
Department Bulletin, Jan. 15, 191 1, no. 487, p. 

11-14). 
Bibliography. 

Agriculture. Bricker, Garland Armor. The teach- 
ing of agriculture in the high school; with an 
introd. by W. C. Bagley. N. Y., Macmillan, 'i x . 
(Fii) c. 25+202 p. D. $inet. 
Bibliography (6 p.). 

— Carver, T: Nixon. Principles of rural economics. 
Bost., Ginn, ['11.] (O14) c. 20+386 p. diagrs. 

$1.30. 
Bibliography (7 p.). 

— List of books on agricultural and related subjects. 
Jn New York Education Department Bulletin, 
May I, ipn, (p. 19-30.) 

— Maine University College of Agriculture. List 
of books recommended for grange libraries. 
Univ. of Me. 

— Pittsburgh. Carnegie Library 100 recent books 
on agriculture. 10 c. Pittsburgh, Carnegie Lib. 

— Robison, C. H. Agricultural instruction in the 
public high schools of the United States. $1.50, 
$1.15. Teachers Coll. 

Bibliography (9 P*)* 

— United States. Dept. of Agriculture Publica- 
tions of the Library. Govt. Print. Office. 

Dept. of Agriculture. Bu. of Plant In- 
dustry. Publications of the Bureau of Plant 
Industry. Govt. Print. Office. 

Dept. of Agriculture. Bu. of Statistics. 

Publications of the Bureau of Statistics. Govt. 
Print. Office. 

Superintendent of Documents. Public 

documents issued by the secretary's office, 
library, publications division, and solicitor, 
Agriculture department. Govt. Print. Office. 

— Widtsoe, J: Andreas. Dry-farming; a system 
of agric\ilture for countries under a low rainfall. 
N. Y., Macmillan, 'xx. (F4) c. 'xx. 22+445 P* 
il. tabs. D. (Rural science ser.; ed. by L. H. 
Bailey.) $1.50 net. 

Bibliography (8 p.). 



Alaska. United States. Superintendent of Docu- 
ments. United States public dociunents rel. to. 
non-contiguous territory and to Cuba. Govt. 
Print. Office. 

Alcohol. Harden, A. Alcoholic fermentation. 
N. y., Longmans, *ii. 9+128 p. O. (Mon- 
ographs on biochemistry.) d. bos., $1.25 net. 
Bibliography (X2 p.). 

Americana. Rare Americana; a catalogue of 
historical and geographical books and pamphlets 
relating to America; with numerous annotations 
bibliographical and descriptive. London, Stevens. 
2X0 p. O. 

Andes Mountains. Mozans, H. J., pseud. Along 
the Andes and down the Ainazon; with an introd. 
by Colonel Thdr. Roosevelt. N. Y., Appleton, 
'xx. (Je24) c. 20+542 p. il. maps. O. (Fol- 
lowing the Conquistadores.) $3 net. 
Bibliography (6 p.). 

Animal psychology. Pfungst, Oskar. Clever Hans 
(the horse of Mr. Von Osten) ; a contribution to 
experimental animal and human psychology; 
with an introd. by C. Stumpf, and i il. and 15 
figures; tr. from the German by Carl L. Rahn; 
with a prefatory note by Ja. R. Angell. N. Y., 
Holt, 'ix. (Ap29) c. 6+274 P» D. $1.50 
net. 
Bibliography (8 p.). 

Animals. Plumb, C. S., ed. A partial index to 
animal husbandry literature. Columbus, O., 
C. S. Plvunb, '11. c. 94 p. 8°, $1. 

— U. S. Superintendent of Documents. Animal 
Industry Bureau publications. Wa^., D. C, 
Govt. Print. Office. 

Anthropology. Haddon, Alfr. Cort, and Quiggin, 
A. Hingston. History of anthropology. N. Y., 
Putnam, *io, ['iij. (F4) c. *io. X9+206 p. 
il. pors. S. (History of the sciences.) 75 c. net. 
Bibliography (4! p.). 

— Wright, G. F., D.D. The ice age in North 
America and its bearings upon the antiquity of 
man. 5th ed., many new maps and il.; enl. and 
rewritten to incorporate the facts that bring it up 
to date; with chapters on Lake Agassiz and the 
probable cause of gladation, by Warren Upham. 
Oberlin, O., BibUotheca Sacra Co., '11. c. 
2X+763P. O. $5 net. 

Bibliography (26 p.). 



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Arabia. List of works relating to Arabia and the 
Arabs, pt. i. (In New York Public Library 
Bulletifty January, p. 7-40). 

— List of works relating to Arabia and the Arabs, 
pt. 2. (In New York Public Library Bulletin, 
March, p. 163-198). 

Architecture (French). Ward, W. H. The arch- 
itecture of die Renaissance in France; a history 
of the evolution of the arts of building, decoration 
and garden design under classical influence 
from 149s to 1830. In 2 v. N. Y., Scribner, 
[imported,] '11. (N18) 26+266; 266+267- 
528 p. il. O. $12. 
Bibliography (5 p.). 

Aothors. Cooper, Frederic Taber. Some Amer- 
ican story tellers. N. Y., Holt, '11. (Da) 
c. 7+388 p. por. D. $i.6o net. 
Bibliography (26 p.). 

— Dictionnaire des 6crivains Beiges et catalogue 
de leurs publications (1830-1880). iv, 7, Sup- 
plement (H-Z). Bruxelles, Weisenbruch, 19 10. 
In-8, p. 561-a 615, 2 fr. 

— Phelps, W. L. Essays on Russian novelists. 
N. Y., Macmillan, '11. c. 9+322 p. por. 
D. $1.25 net. 

Bibliography (37 p.). 

Autographs. Henkels, S. V. Catalogue no. 1036; 
an exceedingly interesting and highly important 
collection of autograph letters and documents — 
broadsides, mss., diaries, etc. 76 p. O. Henkeb, 
Phil., 1911. 

Bandpe. Flood, W: H. Grattan. The story of 
ue bagpipe. N. Y., Scribner, [imported,] '11. 
(D23) 20+236 p. D. (Music story ser.; ed. 
by F: J. Crowest.) $1.25 net. 
Bibliography (a p.). 

Banks and Banking. United States National 
Monetary Commission. Publications issued by 
and in preparation for the National Monetary 
Commission, October i, 19 10. gratis. 

— United States National Monetary Commission. 
Publications of the National Monetary Com- 
mission. Govt. Print. Office. 

Battle of ShUoh. Rich, Jos. W. The batUe of 
Shiloh. Iowa City, la., State Hist. Soc. la., '11. 
(JI15) c. 134 p. front por. O. $1.25. 
Bibliography (7 p.). 

Belgian poetry. See Poetry. 

Bible. Bibliography of the King James version 
of the English Bible. 3 c. Am. Bible Soc. 

— Old Testament. Moffatt, Ja., D.D, An intro- 
duction to the literature of the New Testament. 
N. Y., Scribner, '11. (Apis) 41+630 p. O. 
(International theological lib.; ed. by C: A. 
Briggs and Stewart D. F. Salmond.) $2.50 
net. 

Bibliography. 

— O. T. Job. Schmidt, N. The messages of the 
poets; the Book of Job and canticles and some 
minor poems in the Old Testament; with introds. 
metrical translations, and paraphrases. N. Y., 
Scribner, '11. c. 24+415 p. S. (Messages of 
the Bible; ed. by Fk. K. Sanders and C. F. Kent.) 
$1.25 net. 

Bibliography (24 p.). 



See also Higher criticism; Jesus Christ; Job. 



Bibles. London. British Museum. Bible exhibit 
tion 191 1 . Guide to the manuscripts and printed 
books exhibited in celebration of the tercentenary 
of the authorized version. (Oxford) 19 1 1 : (Hart) 
64 S., 8 Taf. 

Biology. Baker, F. C. Lymneida of North and 
Middle America, recent and fossil. Academy of 
Science (Chic.) 
Bibliography (43 p.). 

See also Embryology; Heredity. 

Birds. Katalog der Bibliothek der oiiiithologisdieQ 
Gesellschaft Basel. Base, G. Bauer-Brandeii* 
berger, 1910. In-8, iv-14 p. 

— South Carolina. Wayne, Arth. Trezevant 
Birds of South Carolina; with an introd. by 
the editor. Charleston, S. C, [Charleston 
Musevun,] *io, fii.] (Mr4) 21+2540. fokL 
map, 8 , (Contributions from the Cnarieston 
Museum; «1. by Paul M. Rea). $3.35. 
Bibliography (e6 p.). 

Boheniian literature. New York Public Libraxy. 
Seznam Ceskych Knih. Bohemian book list. 15 c 
N. Y. Pub. Lib. 

Boll-weevil. Bishop, F. C. Annotated bibliog* 
raphy of the Mexican cotton boll weevil. Govt 
Print. Office. 

Book of Common Prayer. Benton, Joeiah H: 
The Book of common prayer and books connected 
with its origin and growth; catalogue of the 
collection of Jositdi Henry Benton, Best, 
[J. H: Benton, Ames Bldg.,] 'xo, ['xx.J Qai4) 
c. '10. 6+83 p. 4*. $5. 

Bookbinders and Bookbindiiu;. Catalogue of seL 
adult and juvenile books for public libraries, 
bound from the sheets in Chives patent diuo> 
flexible binding, gratis. Oliver's ^k. Binding 
Co. 

Books. Estienne, Henri. The Frankfort book to; 
the Franco-fordiense emporium of Henri Estiemie; 
ed., with historical introd., original Latin text 
with English translation on opposite pages and 
notes, by Ja. Westfall Thompson. Chic., Cazton, 
Club, '11. (Jli) c. 18+204 p., iL, pen:., pL, 
facsim. 4^ $12.50. 
Bibliography (3 p.). 
See also Incunabula; Rare books. 

Books and Reading. Wisconsin. Dept. of Educa- 
tion. List of books for high school libraries in 
the State of Wisconsin. 10 c. C. P. Cary. 

See also Children's reading. 

Botany. Atwood, A. C. Description of the oom- 
prehensive catalogue of botanical literature in 
the libraries of Washington. Govt. Print 
Office. 

— Osson-Seffer, P. H. Genesis and development 
of sand formation on marine coasts; sand strand 
flora of marine coasts. 75 c. Augustana Bk. 
Concern. 

Bibliography (27 P*)> 

— New Mexico. Standley, P. C. Type localities 
of plants first described from New Mexico: t 
bibliography of New Mexican botany. 30 c 
Govt. Print. Office. 

Bibliography (x6 p.). 



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Botany. United States. Dept. of AgricuUure Bu, 
of Plant Industry. Publications of the Bureau of 
Plant Industiy. Wash., Govt, Print. Office. 

— United States, Superintendent of Documents. 
Plant industiy bureau publications. Govt. Print. 
Office. 

See also Nature study. 

Bridge {card game). Dalton, W. Bridge and 
auction bridge. N. Y., Stokes, [1910]. c. 
363 p. il. D. d., $1.20 net. 

Bibliography (4 p.). 

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Browning, Robert. Leavens, Pauline Browning- 
biographical notes, appreciations, and selec, 
tions from his " Fifty men and women." N. Y. 
A. Harriman. '10, ['11.] c. 128 p. D. $1.25 
net. 
Bibliography (a p.). 

Building (construction.) Howe, Malverd Abijah 
Retaining- walls for earth; including the theory 
of earth-pressure as developed from the ellipse 
of stress; with a short treatise on foundations, 
il. with examples from practice. 5th ed., rev. 
andenl. N. Y., Wiley, '11. (D16) c. i2-hi8i 
p. tabs., diagrs., 12°. $1.25. 
Bibliography (3 p.). 

Bosiiiess. Salem, Mass., Public Library. Salem 

Sroducts exposition. Business and trades; a 
St of books reprinted from the Bulletin of the 
Salem Public Library, gratis. Salem Pub. Lib. 

California. James, G. W. Heroes of California; 
the storv of the founders of the Golden State as 
narrated by themselves or gleaned from other 
sources. Bost., Little, Brown, 1910. c. 22-h 
515 p. pis. O. d., $2 net. 
Bibliography (6| p.). 

Camping. Worcester Free Public Library, Mass. 

Selected list on camping. Worcester, Mass., 

Free Pub. Lib. 
I Bibliography (4 p.). 

Canada. United States. Library of Congress. 
Division of Bibliography. Additional references 
rcl. to reciprocity with Canada. Govt. Print. 
Office. 

— Wrong, G: McKinnon, and Langton, H. H. 
Review of historical publications relating to 
Canada, v. 15, publications of the year 1910. 
Toronto, Can., Toronto Univ., '11. (JI29) 
1 1 -f 220 p. Q. (Univ. of Toronto studies.) pap., 

$1.50- 

Catiiolic church. Brief (A) history of the Catholic 
dhurch in the United States; comp. for use in 
Catholic schools, by the Sisters of Notre Dame, 
Namur. N. Y., Schwartz, Kirwin & Fauss, 
['11.] c. *io. 8-f97 p. maps, 12°. 36 c. 
Bibliography (i p.). 

Catholic literature. Binghamton (N. Y.) Public 
Library. List of Catholic books in the library. 
January, 191 1. 11 p. T. 



Catholic literature. Carnegie Library, Pittsburgh. 
Books by Catholic authors in the Carnegie Li- 
brary of Pittsburgh; a classified and annotated 
list. Pittsburgh, Pa., Carnegie Lib., '11. 240 
p. D. bds., 25 c. 

Catholic topics and authors in the Public Library 
of the District of Columbia: a catalogue; pub- 
lished by The Catholic Convert League and The 
Children of Mary of the Sacred Heart. [Wash.,] 
1911. 36 p. D. 

Caucasia, Russia. Jackson, Abraham Valentine 
WUliams. From Constantinople to the home of 
Omar Khayyam; travels in Transcaucasia 
and northern Persia for historic and literary re- 
search; with over 200 il. and a map. N. Y. 
Macmillan, '11. (D2) c. 33+317 p. O. $3.50 
net, boxed. 
Bibliography (5 p.). 

Cement. Radford's cyclopedia of cement con- 
struction; a general reference work on up-to-date 
practice in the manufacture and testing of 
cements; the selection of concreting materials, 
tolls, and machinery; the proportioning, mixing, 
and depositing of concrete, and its application to 
all types and details of construction, plain, orna- 
mental, and reinforced; together with anal3rsis 
of the principles of constructive design, cost 
estimating, and the allied branches of stone and 
brick masonry and steel construction; based 
on the practical experience of a large stafif of 
experts in actual construction work. In 5 v. 
Chic, Radford Architectural Co., [*ii.] (Ja2x) 
c. '10. il. pis. (partly fold.) pors., diagrs., 8^. 
$12.80. 

Bibliography (4 p.) repeated at beginning of each 
volume. 

Ceramics. Metropolitan Museum of Art. Cata- 
logue of the collection of pottery, porcelain and 
faience, by Garrett Chatfield Pier, assistant 
curator, department of decorative arts. N. Y., 
Metropolitan Museum, xi. c. 425 p. O. pap., 
50 c. 

Bibliography (8 p.). 

Charles n, King of England. Brett, A. C. A. 
Charles II. and his court; with 17 illustrations. 
N. Y., Putnam, *io. [*ii]. (Api) 14+323 p. 
O. (Memoir ser.) $3.50 net. 

Bibliography (3 p.). 

Chatterton, T: The Rowley poems; reproduced 
from Tyrwhitt's 3d ed.; ed., with introd., by 
Maurice Evan Hare. N. Y., Oxford Univ., 
'11. 44+27+333 p. D. $1.75. 

' Bibliography (si p.). 

Chemistry. Fowler, Gilbert J. An introduction to 
bacteriological and enz3rme chemistry. N. Y., 
Longmans, ['11.] (Mri8) 6+328 p. D. $2.10 
net. 

Biography (6 p.). 

— Great Britain. Patent Office. Subject list 
of works on chemistry, including alchemy, elec- 
trochemistry and radioactivity. Lond., 191 1. 
214 p. T. 



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Chemistry. United States. Superintendent of 
Documents. Chemistry bureau publications. 
Govt. Print. Office. 

Children. Child welfare: list of references in the 
Chicago Public Library. *ii. 35 p. S. pap. 

— *ClaparMe. E: Experimental pedagogy and the 
psydiology of the child; tr. from the 4th ed. of 
" Psychologie de Tenfant et p^dagogie exp6r- 
imentale " by Mary Louch and H: Holman. 
N. Y., Longmans, '11. (S2) 5+332 p. diagrs., 
D. $1.40 net. 
Bibliography (4 p.). 

— Kcyes, C: H: Progress through the grades of 
city schools. $1; 75 c. Teachers' Coll. 

— Lapage, C. P. Feeblemindedness in children 
of school-age; with an appendix on treatment 
and training by Mary Dendy. [N. Y., Long- 
mans,] '11. 8+359 p. pis. D. $1.60 net. 
Bibliography (9 p.). 

— Washbume, Mrs, Marion Foster. Study of 
child life. [Text-book ed.] Chic, Am. Sch. of 
Home Economics, *ii. (O14) c. 3+183 p. 
il. pis. 12°. $1.25. 

Bibliography (4 p.). 

^- Wilson, Louis N. Bibh'ography of child study for 
the years 1908-190^. 84 p. D. Wash., Govt. Print. 
Office, 191 1. (Umted States, Bureau of Educa- 
tion, Bulletin, 191 1, no. 11, whole number, 457.) 

Children's reading. Kennedy, Helen Theresa, 
comp. Suggestive list of children's books for a 
small library, recommended by the League of 
Library Conmiissions. Madison, Wis. , Democrat 
Pr. Co., '10, ['11.] (Mri) 102 p. O. pap., 
as c. 

^- — The East Orange Public Library and the 
children's room of the Pratt Institute Free 
Library have published a series of brief lists 
for the eight school grades, answering the 
inquiry, adopted as the designation of the 
series, " What shall we read now ? " The books 
suggested are intended for children from the ages 
of 6 to 14, and it is hoped that the lists may be 
useful both to children and to older people who 
may be interested in children's reading. They are 
annotated, and the publisher and price of the 
most desirable edition of each book is given. 
Copies of the lists may be obtained gratis by 
applying to either the East Orange Public 
Library, East Orange, N. J., or to the Pratt 
Institute Free Library, Brookljm, N. Y. 

Providence (R. I.) Public Library. A child's 

library. 191 1. 13 p. Tt. 

^ — Stanley, H. H, comp. 550 children's books. 
IS c. A. L. A. 

China. Yen, Hawkling L. A survey of con- 
stitutional development in China. N. Y., Long- 
mans, '11. (S2) c. 250 p. O. (Studies in 
history, economics and public law.) pap., 
$1 net. 
Bibliography (9 p.). 



Civil service. References on civU service. In- 
dianapolis, Ind., Special lAbranes (v. 2, no. 5), 
May. (p. si) 

Classical philology. Peck, Harry Thurston. A 
history of classical philology from the seventh 
century B.C. to the twentieth century a j). N. Y., 
MacmUlan, '11. (D2) c. 11+491 p- !>• Is 
net. 
Bibliography (x6 p.). 

Coal. Arber, E. A. Newell. The natural histoiy 
of coal. N. Y., Putnam, '11. (S23) io-i-163 p. 
il. S. (Cambridge manuals of science and 
literature.) 40 c. net. 
Bibliography (4 p.). 

Coleridge, S: Taylor. Biographia epistolaries; 
being the biographical supplement of Coleridge's 
Biographia literaria; with additional letteis, 
etc.: ed. by A. Tumbull. In 2 v. N. Y., 
Macmillan, '11. (O14) c. 24+300; 8-I-3SX 
p. 12°, (Bohn lib.) ea., $1 net. 

Bibliography. 

Colleges and universities. Foster, W: Tmfant 
Administration of the college curriculum. 
Bost., Houghton MifiSin, ['11.] (Ap29) c 

144-390 P- ^' $1.50- 
Bibliography (xo p.). 

Commission government. 
See Municipal government. 

Color blindness. Hayes, Samuel P. The cdor 
sensations of the partially color-blind, a critidsm 
of current teaching. {In The American Joumd 
of Psychology y July, 191 1. 22 :369-407.) 

Constitutional decisions. Bibliography of con- 
stitutional dedsions. Indianapolis, Ind., Spedd 
Libraries (v.2, no. 5), (May), p. 48^51. 

Consuls. Bonham, MiUedge L. The British con- 
suls in the Confederacy. N. Y., Longmans, '11. 
(D2) 267 p. O. (Studies in history, economics 
and public law.) pap., $2. 
Bibliography (5 p.). 

Conversion. Weatherford. W. D. Introdndog 
men to Christ; fundamental studies. Nash- 
ville, Tenn., Pub. Ho. of M. E. Ch., So., '11. 
(Je3) c. 176 p. D. 75 c. net. 
Bibliography (3 p.). 

Corea. Griffis, W: Elliot, />./>. Corea, the hermit 
nation; i, ancient and mediaeval history; n, 
political and social Corea; m., modem and 
recent history. 9th ed., rev. and enl. N. Y., 
Scribner, '11. (D16) c. 27+526 p. il. maps, 
8°. $2.50. 
Bibliography (6 p.). 

— Longford, Jos. H. The story of Korea; with 33 
il. and 3 maps. N. Y., Scribner, [imported,] '11. 
(O21) 7+400 p. O. $3 net 
Bibliography (4 p.). 

Corporations. King, C. L. Hist, of the govern- 
ment of Denver with special reference to its rela- 
tions with public service corporations. $1.50. 
Fisher Bk. & Stat'y Co. 
Bibliography2(6 p.). 



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Cotton. Woodbury, C. J. H. Bibliography of the 
cotton manufactuK. t v. Bost., Nat. Asa'n. 
CottonMaoui. v. i.Sj; v. a, Si; per set, $2.50. 



dau^ter; with an introd. by Cesare Lombroso. 
N. Y., Putnam, '11. <Apji) c. 30+331 p. 
O. (Science set.) Si. 

Blbllogriplir (3 p.). 

— New York Public Library. List of works in 
the New York Public Library relating to crimin- 
ology. N. Y. Pub. Lib. 

BibliOBT&phy (57 P-). 

— List of worlts relating to criminology, pt. 4. (In 
New York Public Library Buileiin, August, p. 
*63-Soi.> 

— List of works relating to criminology, pt. 5. 
(In New York Public Library BuUetin, v. 15, no. 
9, September, 1911, p. S'S-SS?) 

— List of works relating to criminology, pt, 6. 
(In New York Public Library BuUetin, vol. 15, 
no. 10, October, p. 567-621.) 

Csba. Trelles, Carlos M. Bibliografia Cubana 
del siglo XIX tomo primero (i8oo-i8is)- N. Y,, 
(Stechert,] '11. (D23) 7+3*7 P- Q- P"p., 
$1.60 net, (100 copies.) 

Duu,R. H.ijV. RichardHeniy Dana, jr. (author 
of " Two years before the mast "); speeches in 
stirring times and letters to a son; ed., with 
introd. sketch and notes, by R. H. Dana, 3d. 
Bost., Houghton Mifflin, igio. c. 6+520 p. 
pors. D. cl., %i net. 



Biblio) 






Duit«. Manuscripts. Fiammazzo, Prof. A, II 
codice dantesco della biblioteca di Savona, illus- 
trato. Savona, rip. D. Beitolotto e C., 1910. 
S°, p. TiS, con quatiro jacsimUi. L. 2.50. 

— Flamini, Francesco. Introduction to the study 
of the Divine comedy; tr. by Freeman M. Josse- 
\ya; tr., rev. and augm. by the author. Bost., 
Ginn.[i9io.] c. 10+146 p. il. D. 11.25. 

BibUogrmphy (p p.). 

Dmrwin, Charies. Cadman, Rev. S:Parkes. Charles 
Darwin and other English thinkers with reference 
to their religious and ethical value; a series of 
lectures delivered before the Brooklyn Institute 
of Arts and Sciences during the autumn of igio. 
Host., Pilgrim, 'ti. (N18) c. 9+384 p. D. 
$i.»S neL 

Bibliogrnphy (4 p.). 

Deacon, Thomas. Broxap, H. A biography of 
Thomas Deacon, the Manchester non-juror. 
IN. Y., Longmans,] '11. 19+215 p. por. O. 
(Publications of the Univ. of Manchester; His- 
torical ser.) $2.50 net. 
Blbliogr.phT{4p.). 

DelMtins. List of books in the [San Francisco 
Public] Library which are useful to debaters (in 
San Francisco Public Library Monthly Bulletin, 
February, p. 22-24). 



Dijon, France. Oursel, C. Inventaire sommaire 
des archives communales, antjrieures A 1790, 

ville de Dijon. V. S6rie B (supplement). 
Kegistres paroissiaui d'etat Civil Dijon, imp. 
Cails, 1910. 4°, viii-345 p. 

Divining rod. KlinckowstrOm, Karl von. Bib- 
liographic der WUnschclrute. (Added, a study 
on) '■ Der gegenwartige Stam der Wilnschel- 
rutenforsihung," by L. Eduard Aigner. Munich: 
O. SchonhUth nachf. (BarseyMall, Feb. ti. 

Domestic economy. Washington, D. C. Public 
Library. Books and information for home 
builders; list comp. by the District of Columbia 
Public Library and issued co-operatively by 
several public libraries. {Cleveland, 0.,] Sher- 
win-WillUms Co., '10, I'li.] (Apts) 9 P- u'- 
$2.15. 

American School of Home Economics, Chi- 
cago. The profession of home making; a con- 
densed home-study course on domestic science; 
the practical application of the most recent ad- 
vances in the arts and sciences to the home in- 
dustries prepared by teachers of recognized 
authority. Chic, Am. Sch, of Home Economics, 
'11. (Myjo) c, 736 p. il. 8°. S3. 
BiblioEtaphiM. 

Boston. Public Library. A list of bookson 

domestic science in the public library of the city of 
Boston. Bost., Bost. Public. Lib., 'u. (Jeag) 
78 p. 0. pap.. 10 c. 
Ste also House decoration. 

Diama and dronuitists. Dramatic index for 1910; 

covering articles and illustrations concerning 
the stage and its players in the periodicals of 
America and England; with a record of books 
on the drama, and of tbe texts of plays published 
duringi9io; ed. by F: Winthrop Faxon and 
compiled with the co-operation of librarians- 
Host., Bost. Bk. Co., '11. (Ap39) 260 p. 8*. 
$3-3° net- 

— Moses, Montrose Jonas. The American dram- 
atist. Boat., Little, Brown, '11. (O14) c.338 p. 
pors. O. $3. 50 net. 

Blbliogripbr (11 P.)- 

— Neilson, W; Allan, ed. The chief Elizabethan 
dramatists, excluding Shakespeare; selected plays 
by Lyly, Peele, Greene, Marlowe, Kyd, Chap- 
man, Jonson, Dekket, Marston, Heywood, Beau- 
mont, Fletcher, Webster, Middleton, Massinger, 
Ford, Shirley; ed. from the original quartos and 
folios, with notes, biographies and bibliographies. 
Bost., Houghton Mifflin, '11. (Api) c. 6+878 
p. O. 82. 75 net. 

— Norton, Mrs. Clara MuUiken, and ethers, 
comps. Modem drama and opera; a reading 
list on the works of D'Annunzio, Hauptmann, 
Ibsen, Jones, Maeteriinck, Philips, Pinero, 
Rostand, Shaw, Sudennann, and of Debussy, 
Puccini, Richard Strauss. Bost., Bost. Bk. Co., 
'II.. (D16) 93 p- 0, Sinet. 

— Ristine, Fk. Hiunphrey. English tragi-comedy. 
its origin, and history, N. ¥., [Lemcke & B.,| 
'10, ['11.] (F4) IS+347P- O. (Columbia Univ. 
studies in English.) Si. 50 net. 



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Dutch in America. A catalogue of rare Dutch 
pamphlets relatmg to New Netherland and to the 
Dutch West- and East-India Companies, and to 
its possessions in Brazil, Angolo, etc.; together 
with some pamphlets on early Dutch and foreign 
navigation and commerce. Hague, Van Stock- 
um's Antiquariat, 1911. 42 p. D. 

Education. United States, Bureau of Education. 
Bulletin, 191 1, no. 10, whole number 456; Bib- 
liography of education for 1909-10. 166 p. D. 
Wash., Govt. Print. Office, 191 1. 

Electricity. San Francisco Public Library. List 
of books on electricity, gratis. San Francisco 
Pub. Lib. 

Electro-magnetic machinery. Swenson, Bernard 
Victor, and others. Testing of electro-magnetic 
machinery and other apparatus, v. 2, Alter- 
nating currents. N.Y., Macmillan, '11. (F18) 
c. 26-1-323 p. figs. O. $2.60 net. 

Embryology. Castle, W. E., and Phillips, J. C. 
On germinal transplantation in vertebrates. 
Pittsburgh, Carnegie Inst. 50 c. 
Bibliography (4 p.). 

% Emigrants, Handbooks for. List of official guides 
and hand-books for emigrants {in Finsburg 
(Eng.) Public Libraries Quarterly Guide for 
Readers^ January, p. 83-90.) 

Engineering. United States Engineers School 
library. Engineer troops; references to their 
organization, equipment, training and duties, 
together with a short list of books and pamphlets 
of interest to the engineer service. Govt. Print. 
Office. 

— United States. Engineer school. List of pub- 
lications printed by the battalion press, Willets 
Point, New York Harbor. Engineer School. 

— United States Superintendent of Documents. 
Engineering mechanics; list of United States 
publications, gratis. Wash., D. C. Govt. 
Print. Office. 

England. Edmundson, Rev. G: Anglo-Dutch ri- 
valry during the first half of the seventeenth cen- 
tury; being the Ford lectures delivered at Oxford 
in 1910. N. Y., Oxford Univ., *ii. (D2) 176 p. 
O. $2. 

Bibliography (3 p.). 

— Melhuish, Sara. English history illustrated from 
original sources; from the earliest times to 1066. 
N.Y., Macmillan, '11. (Apis) 18+ 233 p. tabs., 
12°. 75 c. net. 

Bibliography. 

— Mills, J. Travis. The great days of North- 
umbria; three lectures. N. Y., Longmans, 
[*ii]. (Ag26) 6-1- 214 p. fold. map. D. $1.50 net. 
Bibliography (a p.). 

— Perkins, Rev. Jocelyn. The coronation book; 
or, the hallowing of the sovereigns of England; 
il. by Mrs. Temple Perkins; together with repro- 
ductions of numerous ancient prints. N. Y., 
Pitman, '11. 174-424 p. O. $2.50. 
Bibliography (5 p.). 

See also Charles II. 



English language and literature. Baker, G: P. 
Some bibliographical puzzles in Elizabethan 
quartos. (Priv. pr.) Torch Press. 

— Bumham, Josephine May. Concessive construc- 
tions in Old English prose. N. Y., Holt, *ii. 
(D30) c. 64- 13s p. 8®, (Yale studies in Engl- 
ish; ed. by A. S. Cook.) pap., $1. 
Bibliography (s p.). 

— Mosher, Jos. Alb. The exemplum in the early 
religious and didactic literature of England. 
N. Y., Lemcke & B. '11. (D23) c. 11 + 150 p. 
(Columbia Univ. studies in English.) $1.25 net. 
Bibliography (7 p.). 

— Saintsbury, G: E: Bateman. Historical man- 
ual of English prosody. [N. Y.,] Macmillan, 
'10, [*ii.] (Fig) 174-347 p. D. $1.60 net 

— Trent, W: Peterfield, and others. An introduc- 
tion to the English classics. Bost., Ginn, 'xx. 
(O14) c. 74-298 p. D. $1.25. 
Bibliography (5 p.). 

— Ward, Adolphus W:, and Waller, Alfr. Rayney, 
eds. The Cambridge history of English liter- 
ature. In 14 v. V. 7, Cavalier and Puritan. 
N. Y., Putnam, '11. (S23) c. 8+613 P- 0. 
$2.50 net. 

Bibliography (123 p.). 

Entomology. United States D^t of Agricultuie. 
Bu. of Entomology. Publicatxons of the Bureia 
of Entomology. Govt. Print. Office. 

Eucalyptus. Plummer, F. G. Growing of euca- 
lyptus. (Priv. pr.) F. G. Plummer. 

Bibliography (X3 p.). 

Evaporation. Livingston, Mrs. Grace J. An- 
notated bibliography of evaporation. Govt- 
Print. Office. 
Bibliography (xax p.). 

Evolution. Geddes, Patrick, and Thomson, J. 
Arth. Evolution. N. Y., Holt, ['iil. (Agu) 
c. 256 p. S. (Home university lib.) 75 c. net 

Bibliography (8 p.). 

Ez-libris. Sangermano, R. E. Gli ez-libris; mono- 
grafia, con la riproduzione di xxxv fac-sixnUi 
di ex-libris antichi e modemi, tolti dalla collezione 
dell'autore. Torino, stamp, dell* Archivio tipo- 
grahco, 19 10. In-8, 42 p. et. pi. 

Faith. Mains, G: Preston. Modem thought and 
traditional faith. N. Y., Eaton & M., ['11.] 
(F18) c. 21+ 279 p. O. $1.50 net. 
Bibliography (a p.). 

Farm colonies. New York School of Philanthropy. 
Library bulletin no. i . On farm colonies. N. V., 
School of Philanthropy, United Charities BuiU- 
ing. [3 p.] 191 1. D. (Vol. 5, no. 2 of BuUetin 
of New York School of Philanthropy.) 

Feeblemindedness. Lapage, C. Paget, MJ)» 
Feeblemindedness in childiren of school a«; 
wiUi an appendix on treatment and training by 
Mary Dendy. [N. Y., Longmans,] 'n. (Mns) 
8+359 p. pis. D. $1.60 net. 
Bibliography (9 p.)> 

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Fermentatioii. Bayliss, W: Maddock. The na- 
ture of enzyme action. 2d ed. N. Y., Long- 
mans« *ii. (F4) 11 + 137 p. O. (Monographs 
on biochemistry; ed. by R. H. Aders Plimraer and 
F. G. Hopkins.) cl., bds., $1.20 net. 
Bibliography (la p.). 

Fiction. Lowell, Mass., City Library. French 
fiction in the Lowell city library, gratis. Lowell 
City Lib. 

— Morgan, Charlotte E. The rise of the novel of 
manners; a study of English prose fiction between 
1600 and 1740. N. Y., [Lemcke & B.,J *ii. 
(O7) c. 9+ 271 p. O. (Columbia Univ. studies 
in English.) $1.50 net. 

— Phelps, W: Lyon. Essays on Russian novel- 
ists. N.Y., MacmilLan, '11. (F4) c. 9+322 
p. por. D. $1.25 net. 

Finance. United States Superintendent of Docu- 
ments. Finance, United States public documents 
rel. to. Govt. Print. OflSce. 

Fish and fishing. United States Superintendent 
of Documents. Fishes: list of United States 
government publications for sale. Govt. Print. 
Office. 

^- United States. Dcpt. of Commerce and Labor. 
Bu, of Fisheries. List of publications of the 
Bureau of Fisheries available for distribution. 
Govt. Print. Office. 

Fisheries. McFarland, Raymond. A history of 
the New England fisheries; with maps. [Phil.], 
Univ. of Penn.; N. Y., Appleton, '11. (Mr2s) 
457 p. maps, I2^ $2. 
Bibliography (35 p.). 

FUnt» Timothy. Kirkpatrick, J: Ervin. Timothy 
Flint, pioneer, missionaiy, author, editor, 1780- 
2840; the story of his life among the pioneers 
and frontiersmen in the Ohio and Mississippi 
Valley and in New England and the South. 
Cleveland, O., A. H. Clark Co., '11. (Api) c. 
331 p. front., pis. 8*. $3.50. 
Bibliography (13 p.). 

Forests and forestry. Brookljm Public Libranr. 
Trees, forestry and lumbering; a list of books 
and of references to periodicals of the Brooklvn 
Public Library. Brookl}m, N. Y., Public Lib., 
'11. 40 p. S. pap. 

— United States Dept. of Agriculture, Forest 
Service. Publications of the Forest Service. 
Govt. Print Office. 

»- United States Superintendent of Documents, 
Forest service publications. Wash., D. C. 
Govt. Print. Office. 

— United States Dq>t. of Agriculture, Forest 
Service. Natural forest fire-protection plans. 
Govt. Print. Office. 

Fracture. Scudder, C: L. Treatment of fractures 
$6 net. W. B. Saunders. 
Bibliography (4 p.). 

France. Bibliographie d'Etampes et de Tarron- 
dissement, par Paul Pinson. Etampes: Dor- 
mann; Paris, Champion, v. 1,156 p. 1910. 8°. 



France. Hugon C6cilc. Social France in the 
XVII century; with 12 illustrations. N. Y., 
Macmillan. '11. (O14) 13+321 p. pis., fold, 
tab. O. $3 net. 
Bibliography (4 p.). 

— Inventaire sommaire des archives historiques 
(Archives anciennes; correspondance) du mini- 
st^re de la guerre, iv, i. Paris, imp. natio- 
nale, 1910. Li-8, 184 p. 

See also Gard (department). 
French poetry. See Poetry. 

French Revolution. Birch, Una. Secret societies 
and the French Revolution, together with 
some kindred studies. N. Y., J: Lane, *ii. 
(My6) 261 p. D. $1.50 net. 
Bibliography (4 p.). 

Fuller, Sarah Margaret. Braun, F. A. Margaret 
Fuller and GoeUie; the development of a re- 
markable personality ; his religion and philosophy, 
and her relation to Emerson, J. F. Clark, and 
transcendentalism. N. Y., Holt, '10, ['11.] c. 
'10. 271 p. D. $1.35 net. 
Bibliography (3 p). 

Gard (department), France. Bonduband, E. 
Inventaire sommaire des archives d^partement 
talesant6rieures&i7po. Gard: archives civiles. 
S6rie £. iv: Notaires (suite et fin). Nimes, 
imp. Chastanier, 1909. In-4, zii-432 p. 10 fr. 

Gardening. Books about gardening. {In Hamp- 
stead (Eng.) Public Libraries Readers* Guide, p. 
68.) 

Garihaldi, Giuseppe. Trevelyan, G: Macaulay. 
Garibaldi and the making of Italy; with 4 maps 
and numerous illustrations. N. Y., Longmans. 
'11. (O14) 19+390 p. O. $2.25 net. 

Bibliography (34 p.). 

Garrison, William Lloyd. Swift, Lindsay. Wil- 
liam Lloyd Garrison. Phil., Jacobs, '11. c. 412 
p. por. 12®. (American crisis biographies; ed. 
by E. P. Oberholtzer .) $1.25. 
Bibliography (4 p.). 

Gazzoletti, Antonio. Emmert, Bruno. Antonio 
Gazzoletti (20 marzo 1813-21 agosto 1866): 
saggio bibliografico. Trento, tip. Scotoni e 
Vitti, 1910. 8**, p. ii. Estr. primo Supple- 
mento di Pro Cultura. 

Genealocr* Connecticut Historical Society. List 
of fanuly genealogies in library of Connecticut 
Historical Society. 25 c. Ct. Hist. Soc. 

— Sjrracuse, N. Y., Public Libraiy. List of books 
on genealogy and heraldry in the Syracuse 
public library. 25 c. Syracuse Pub. Lib. 

— Grafton index to titles of books and magazine 
articles on hist., genealogy, and biography 
printed in the U. S. during 1909. $3.60 net. 
Grafton Press. 

— List of works relating to British genealogy and 
local history, pt. 5. (In New York Public 
Library Bulletin, October, p. 578-635.) 



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Geography. United States Superintendent of Docu- 
ments. Geography and explorations; list of 
United States government publications. Govt. 
Print. Office. 

Geology. Cockrill, E. Bibliog. of Tennessee geol- 
ogy, soils, drainage, forestry. Folk-Keelin Pr. 

— Howe, J. Allen. The geology of building stones. 
[N. Y., Longmans, Green,] *io, [*ii]. (Jai4) 
8+455 p. pis., maps. D. (Arnold's geological 
ser.; ed. by E. J. Marr.) $2.50. 

— O'Harra, C. C. Badland formations of the 
Black Hills region. Rapid City, S. Dakota, 
State Sch. of Mines, gratis. 

Bibliography (9 p.). 

— United States Geological Survey. Topographic 
maps and folios and geologic folios published by 
the United States Geological Survey. Govt. 
Print. Office. 

— United States. Superintendent of Public Docu- 
ments. Publications of the United States Geo- 
logical survey, gratis. 

See also Stone. 

Georgia. Brooks, Rob. Preston, comp. Pre- 
liminary bibliography of Georgia history. Athens, 
Ga., Univ. of Georgia, pap., gratis. 

— Wegelin, Oscar, comp. Books relating to the 
history of Georgia in the library of W)rmberley 
Jones De Renne, of Wormlsoe, Isle of Hope, 
Chatham County, Georgia. N. Y., O. Wegelin, 
[29 W. 42d St.,) '11. (My2o) 268-f-i8 p. 4®. 
(Priv. pr. Limited number only.) 

German language and literature. Howard, W.G.» 
ed. Laokoon. Lessing, Herder, Goethe; selec- 
tions ed. with an introd. and a commentary. 
N. Y., Holt, 1 9 10. c. 168+470 p. front. 
D. cl., $1.50. 
Bibliography (4 p.). 

— Porterfield, Allen Wilson. Karl Lebrecht Immer- 
mann; a study in German romanticism. N. Y., 
[Lemcke & B.,] *ii. (Ap8) c. ii-f-iS3p. (Co- 
lumbia Univ. Germanic studies.) pap., $1 net. 

Bibliography (zz p.). 

Germans in Texas. Benjamin, Gilbert Giddings. 
The Germans in Texas; a study in immigration; 
reprinted from Germain-American Annads. v. 
7. N. Y., Stechert, '09, [*ii.] (Ja2i) c. '10. 
155 p. maps, fold. map. O. $1.50 net. 
Bibliography (7 p.). 

Germany. Katalog 144, Deutsche Lftnder-u. 
Stidte-Geschichte mit Ausschluss von Bayem. 
Ludwig Rosenthal's Antiquariat in Munchen. 

See also Rhine provinces. 

Government documents. See Public documents. 

Great Britain. Egerton, Hugh E: Federations 
and unions withm the British Empire. N. Y., 
Oxford Univ., '11. (Agi9) 302 p. O. $2.90. 

Bibliography (4 p.). 

See also England; Ireland; Wales. 



Greece. Phillipson, Coleman. The Internationa 
law and custom of ancient Greece and Rome 
In 2 v. N. Y., Macmillan, '11. (My 20) 24+ 
419; 16+421 p. O. $6.50 net. 
Bibliography (36 p.). 

— Stobart, J. C. The glory that was Greece; a 
survey of Hellenic culture and civilization. 
Phil., Lippincott, '11. (N18) 23+289 p. pis. 
Q. $7.50 net. 

Bibliography (4 p.). 

Greek religion. Fairbanks, Arth. A hand-book 
of Greek religion. N. Y., Am. Bk. Co., fii.] 
(Jay) c. *io. 384 p. D. (Greek ser. for 
colleges and schools; ed. by Herb. Weir Smythe.) 
$1.50. 

Bibliography (up.). 

Greeks in the United States. Fairchild, H : Pratt. 
Greek inunigration to the United States. New 
Haven, Ct., Yale Univ., '11. (Je3) c. 17+278 
p. pis. O. $2 net. 
Bibliography (3 p.). 

G]rmnastic8 and physical culture. Affleck, G. B. 
Bibliography of physical training. 35 c. G. B. 
Affleck. 

Harrison, Frederic. Autobiographic memoirs, v. 
I, (1831-1870;) v. 2, (1870-1910.) N. Y., Mac- 
niillan, '11. (N4) 17+40S; ii+3S8 P* po^s* 
O. $7.50 net, boxed. 

Bibliography (xz p.). 

Heliogabalus, Emperor. Hay, J. Stuart. The 
amazing Emperor Heliogabalus; with introd. 
by J. B. Bury. N. Y., Macmillan, 'xi. (O14) 
29+308 p. il. 8*. $2.75 net. 
Bibliography. 

Hennepin, Father Louis. Porter, P: A:, comp. 
Works of Father Hennepin, a catalogue. Dodd 
& Livingston. 

Herbert, George. Palmer, G: H. Herbert bib- 
liography. 25 c. Harvaid Univ. 

Heredity. Castle, W: E., and Phillips, J: C. 
On germinal transplantation in vertebrates. 
50 c. Carnegie Inst. 

Bibliography (4 p.). 

— Doncaster, Leonard. Heredity in the light of 
recent research. N. Y., Putnam, '11. (S23) 
7+143 p. il. S. (Cambridge manuals of science 
and literature.) 40 c. net. 

Bibliography (3 p.). 

Higher criticism. Conybeare, F: ComwaUis. His- 
tory of New Testament criticism. N. Y., 
Putnam, *io, [*ii.] (Fii) c. '10. 13+192 p. 
il. pors., facsims. S. (History of the sciences.) 
75 c. net. 

History. Bliss, W. F. History in the elementary 
schools, methods, course of study, bibliographies. 
N. Y., Am. Book Co., ['ii.] (O14) c. 214 p. 
D. 80 c. 

— Bury, J: Bagnell. The Cambridge medieval 
history; ed. by H. M. Gwatkin and J. P. Whitney. 
In 8 V. V. I, The Christian Roman Empire 
and the foundation of the Teutonic kingdoms. 
N. Y., Macmillan, 'zi. (D9) c. 22+754 p. 
maps, O. $5 net. 

Bibliography (140 p.). 



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History. Chamberlain, H. S. The foundations 
of the 19th century; a translation from the 
German by J. Lees; with an introd. by Lord 
Redesdale. In 2 v. N. Y., J. Lane, 191 1» [1910.] 
102+578; 74-580 p. O. cl., $ionet. 

References in footnotes. 

— Croscup, G: E: History made visible; a sjm- 
chronic chart and statistical tables of United 
States history; with a chronological text by 
Ernest D. Lewis. N. Y., Windsor Pub., [65 
Worth St.,1 '10, [*ii.l (Ja7) c. 94 p. il., maps, 
tabs., fold, charts, f*^, $2. 

Bibliogrmphy (a p.). 

— Grafton index of the titles of books and 
magazine articles on hist., genealogy and bi<^^- 
phy printed in the United States on American 
subjects during the year 1909. $3.60 net. 
Grafton Press. 

— !Laste3rrie, R. de, iMd Vidier, Alex. Biblio- 
graphie annuelle des travaux historiques et 
arcn6ologiques publics par les soci6t6s savantes 
de la France (1906-1907). Paris, Leroux, 1909. 
269 p. O. 

— Vincent, J: Martin. Historical research; an 
outline of theory and practice. N. Y., Holt, 
'11. (N4) c. 5+350 P» »!• !>• S2. 
Bibliography (11 p.). 

Homer, [Gk. Homenss.] The Odyssey of Homer; 
tr. into English verse by Alex. Pope; ed., with 
introd. and notes bv Edg. S. Shumway and 
Waldo Shumway. N. Y., Macmillan, '11. 
(O14) c. 39+478 p. por. S. (Macmillan's 
pocket American and English classics.) 25 c. 

Bibliography (6 p.). 

Horse. Pfungst, Oskar. Clever Hans (the horse 
of Mr. Von Often); a contribution to exper- 
imental animal and himian psychology; with an 
introd. by C. Stumpf, and i il. and 15 figures; 
tr. from the German by Carl L. Rahn; with a 
prefatory note by Ja. R. Angell. N. Y., Holt, 
'11. c. 6+274 P« D* Si.So net. 
Bibliography (8 p.). 

House decorstion. Washington (D. C.) Public 
Library. Books and information for home 
builders; list comp. by the District of Columbia 
Public Libraiv and issued co-operatively by 
several public ubraries. [Cleveland, O.,] Sherwin- 
Williams Co., '10, ['11.] 9 p. 12% $2.15. 

Hungarian literature. Pittsburgh (Pa.) Carnegie 
Library. [List of] books in the Hungarian lim- 
guage {in the library's Monthly Bulletin, v. 16, 
no. I, January, p. 48-67). 

Hydrography. United SUtes Hydrograpkic Office. 
General catalogue of mariners' charts and books 
published and sold by the Hydrographic Office, 
gratis. 

Hi^ene. Elliott, S. M. Household hygiene 
[Tezt book ed,] Chic, Amer. School of Home 
Economics, 1910. 4+224 p. il., diagrs., I2^ 

$1.25- 
Bibliography (3 p.). 



Hygiene. Hoag, Ernest Brjrant, M. D, The 
health index of children; with prefatory note 
by Fk. F. Bunker. San Francisco, Whitaker 
& Ray-Wiggin, '10, ['11]. Qa?) c. '10. 188 
p. il. D. 80 c. net. 

Bibliography (3 p.)> 

— United States Public Health and Marine 
Hospital Service. Publications of the United 
States Public Health and Marine Hospital Service. 
Govt. Print. Office. 

— United States. Superintendent of Documents, 
United States public documents rel. to health 
and hygiene, gratis. Govt. Print. Office. 

Bibliography (so p.). 

See also Public drinking cup. 

Iceland. Islandica; an annual relating to Iceland 
and the Fiske Icelandic collection in Cornell 
University Library; ed. by G. W. Harris, v. 4, 
The ancient laws of Norway and Iceland by 
Hallddr Hermannsson. Ithaca, N. Y., Cornell 
University L., 191 1. 83 p. D. 

Immermann, Karl Lebrecht. Porterfield, A. W. 
Karl Lebrecht Immermann; a study in German 
romanticism. N. Y., [Lemcke & B.J '11. c. 
11+153 p. (Columbia Univ. Germanic studies.) 
pap., $1 net. 

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Inomabnla. Collijn, Is. Katalog der Inkunabeln 
der schwedischen dffentlichen Bibliotheken. 
III. Katalog der Inkunabeln der Stifts- und 
Gymnasial-Bibliothek zu LinkOping. Leipzig, 
Haupt, 1910. 51 p. O. 3 fr. 15. 

— Incunabula typographica ex Italiae officinis pro- 
venientia diUgenter descripta notisque bib- 
liographicis illustrata. Romae, 191 1. C. £. 
Rappaport. 

— Katalog 388. Inkunabeln Holzschnittbttcher des 
16. Jahrhunderts. Karl W. Hiersemann, Leip- 
zig. 19 10. 

— Queens' College, Cambridge. Early printed 
books to the year 1500 in the library of Queens' 
College, Cambridge. 40 c. net. Putnam. 

— Leersum, £. C. Van, and Martin, W. Codices 
graeci et latini photographice depicti, Supplem. 
VIII. Miniaturender latemischen Galenos-Hand- 
schrift der Rgl. dffentlichen Bibliothek in Dres- 
den in phototypischer Reproduktion. Leiden, 
Sijthoff, 1910. In-folio, 37 p. et 21 pi. no fr. 

Income tax. Library of Congress. Additional 
references relating to taxation of incomes; comp. 
under the direction of H. H. B. Meyer. Wash., 
D. C, Govt. Print. Office, 191 1. 144 p. O. 
price 20 c. 

— Seligman, Edn. Rob. Anderson. The income 
tax; a study of the history, theory, and prac- 
tice of income taxation at home and abroad. 
N. Y., Macmillan, '11. (Mri8) 11 +711 p. 
O. $3. 

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India. Baroda, MaharaDi, and Mitra, S. M. The 
position of women in Indi&n life. N. Y., Long- 
mans, 'ii. (N4) 40+358 p. 0. Si.75net. 

Bibliogfuphy (4 p-)- 

— Eddy, Shenrood. India awakening. N. Y. 
Missionary Educ. Movement of the U. S. and 
Canada. '11, (Ag36) c. ia+>73 p. il., tabs., 
front., pis., pors., maps, iz," (Forwaid mission 
study courses: ed. under the direction of the 
Missionary Education Movement.) 50 c. 
BlbUogikpbit (7 p.), 

ladians. Hodge, F: Webb, ed. Handbook of 
American Indians north of Mexico. In a pts. 

Ft. 3. Wash., D. C, Smithsonian Inst., 10, 
II.] (Mr4) 4+i3zt p il. 0. (Smithsonian 
Inst., Bu. of Am. Ethonology, bull.) Si. 50. 
Bibliography (41 p.). 

— Miner, W: Harvey. The Iowa; a reprint from 
" The Indian record," as originally published 
and ed, by T: Foster; with introd. and elucida- 
tions through the text; with il. and a map. 
Cedar Rapids, la., '11. (Saj) c. 35+100 p. 
O. (Little histories of North American Indians.) 
11. 

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— Tooker, W: Wallace. The Indian place-names 
on Long Island and islands adjacent; with their 
probable significations; ed.. with an intiod., by 
Alei. F. Chamberlain; published for the John 
Jermain Memorial Library, Sag Harbor, N. Y. 
N. Y., Putnam, '11. (S23) c. 28-I-314 p. 0. 

Bibliography [4 p.]. 

— United States Bureau of American Ethnology- 
List of publications of the Bureau of Ethnology. 
Gov. Print. Office. 

Infantile paralysis. Frost, W. H. Acute anterior 
poliomyelitis (infantile paralysis.) Govt. Print. 
Office. 

Bibliography U p.]. 

Infantry, Beca. Colonel. A study of the develop- 
ment of infantry tactics; tr. by permisdon of 
the author, by Captain A. F. Custance, irith a 
preface by Colonel Racket Pain. N. Y., [Mac- 
millan,]'ii. 14-I-129P. D. ysc.net. 

Bibliogriphv <i p.). 

InjunctionB. United States. Library of Con- 
gress. Division of bibliography. Select list of 
references on boycotts and injunctions in labor 
dilutes. Govt. Print. Office. 

Inatitut International de Bibliogniphie. Publica- 
tion no. 117. L'avenir du livre et de la bib- 
liographie par Paul Otlet. Brussels, igii. 21 

E. {27S-J96). Extract from the BaWefin of the 
QStitut. 
InBuiancs. Gephart, W: Franklin. Principles of 
insurance. N^ Y., Macmillan, 'ii. (N18) c. 
IS+313 P- "'■ *i-^o 
Bibliogtapby (s !•■)■ 

— Huebner, Solomon S, Property insurance; 
comprising fire and marine insurance, corporate 
surety bonding, title insurance and credit in- 
surance. N. v.. Appleton, '11. (Ap8) c. 
ti+Ati p. D, i2 net. 



Intematioiial law. Phillipson, Coleman. The in- 
ternational law and custom ol andent Greece md 
Rome. In 3 V. N.Y., Macmillan, '11. 34+419; 
164-431 p. O. I6.S0 net. 
Bibliography (ifi p.). 



apan. San Francisco Public Library. Lut of 
[looks in the library on Japan. San Frandsra 
Public library SxfteM, November, p. isS-iji. 



Jestta Chrlat. Bowen, Clayton Raymond. The 
resurrection in the New Testament; an enunint- 
tion of tlie earliest references to the rising «( 

Sus and of Christians from the dead. N. Y., 
toam, '11, (Da) c. 8+4fla P- D. (Crom 
theological lib.) Si.ysnet. 

BibllogTBphy (4 p.]. 

— Peloubet, Fs. Nathan, D. D., and Wdb. 
Amos Russel. Petoubet's select notes tn the 
International lessons for 19(3; the life of 
Christ in the Synoptic Gospels; the basil fix 
teaching all giades in the Sunday school; libniy 
references to aid the teacher in further researches; 
other aids; 4 full-page half-tone pictures and 
over 100 il. in the text. jSth annual vtdume. 
Bost., Wilde, I'll.] (530)0.369?. O. Si.JS: 
limp mor., ta; interleaved ed., (3. 
Bibllognphy (4 p.). 

Jeweliy. Providence (R. I.) Public Library. 
Books for workmen relating to jewelry and lilw- 
gmithing. Providence, R. L, 1911. 14 P- S. 

Job. The leading article in the American JowMl 
of Senuik Languafts and LUeraiitrt, for J»n\i»rf, 
is " The composition of the Elihu speeches." 
Job, Chapter 33-37. 
It la followed by ■ bibliography of the Ulentni* ct 



ries' Rnitvi, January, n 
KofM. See Corea. 

Labor and laboring daaaes. Library of Congmt. 

Select list on boycotts and injuncrions in labor 
disputes. Wash., Govt. Print. Office, Supt. tA 

Docs. :o c. 

LakeSupwior. Van Hise,C:R:, <i>«ILeith,C:K. 
The geology of the Lake Superior region. Ga*t 
Print. Office. 

Bibliography (Illp.). 

Law. Bibliographie g£n£rale et complHe dd 
livre de droit et de jurisprudence publiis jus- 
qu'au 34 octobre loio, classic dans I'ordre des 
codes avec table alphab£tique des matiires et 
des noms des auteurs, 1911. Paris, impr. R. 
Chapelot et Cie; libr. Marchal et Godde, igii. 
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BIBLIOGRAPHIES PUBLISHED IN 1911 



Law. Burv, J: Bagnell. The British Academy sup- 
plemental paper. I. The imperial administrative 
system in the ninth century, with a rev. text 
of The Kletorologion of Philotheos. N. Y., 
Oxford Univ.) 'i I. (82) 179 p. O. pap.y$4.20. 

Bibliography (4 p.). 

See also Constitutional decisions; International 
law. 

Lecce, Italy. Briggs, Martin Shaw. In the heel 
of Italy; a study of an unknown city; with 26 
drawings by the author and 19 photographs. 
N. Y., Duffield, '11. (S9) 134-382 p. il. pis. 
O. $3.50 net. 

Bibliogrmphy (14 p.). 

Lesage, Alain-Ren^. Gordier, Henri. Essai 
bibuographique sur les oeuvres d*Alain-Ren6 
Lesage. Paris, Leclere, 1910. 4®, 353 p. 15 fr. 

library economy. Cannons, H. G. T. Bibliog- 
raphy of library economy; a classified index 
to the professional periodical literature relating 
to library economy, printing, methods of publish- 
ing, copyright, bibliography, etc. Lond., Rus- 
seU, 1910. 448 p. D. 

Libraries (children's). Sayers, W. C. Berwick. 
The children's library; a practical manual for 
public, school, and home libraries. N. Y., 
button, '11. 7+224 p. S. 7sc.net. 

Bibliogrmphy (8) p.). 

liszt, Franz. Hervey, Arth. Franz Liszt and his 
music; with a portrait. N. Y., J: Lane, '11. 
0^29) 13+176 p. D. $1.50 net. 

Bibliography (3 p.). 

Literature. Moulton, R: Green. World litera- 
ture and its place in general culture. N. Y., 
Macmillan, '11. (Ap8) c. 9+502 p. D. $1.75 
net. 
Bibliography (zx p.). 

— Taylor, H: Osbom. The classical heritage of 
the middle ages. 3d ed. N. Y., Macmillan, '11. 
(D16) 7-15+402 p. 12®. $1.75 net. 

Bibliography (33 rO. 

Lobster. Herrick, F. H. Natural hist, of the 
American lobster. Govt. Print. Office. 

Bibliography (14 p.). 

Lowell, Mrs. Josephine Shaw. Stewart, W: 
Rhinelander. The philanthropic work of Jose- 
phine Shaw Lowell; containing a biographical 
sketch of her life together wi£h a selection of 
her public papers and private letters; collected 
and arranged for publication by W: Rhinelander 
Stewart. N. Y., Macmillan, '11. (D16) c. 
15+584 p. pis. pors. 8°, $2 net. 

Bibliography (zo p.). 



Luther, Martin. Smith, Preserved. The life and 
letters of Martin Luther. Bost., Houghton 
Mifflin, '11. (Je3) c. 16+490 p. il. pors. 
O. $3.50 net. 

Bibliography (4a p.). 



Machinery. Binghamton (N. Y.) Public Library. 
Books in the library on building, foundry prac- 
tice, machine shop practice, plumbing, roads and 
pavements, steel surveying. 191 1. 20 p. T. 

— Swenson, B. V., Frankeniield, B., and Bryant, 
J. Myron. Testing of electro>magnetic ma- 
chinery and other apparatus, v. 2, Alternating 
currents. N. Y., Macmillan, *ii. c. 26+323 
p. figs. O. $2.60 net. 

Bibliography (4 p.). 

Maeterlinck, Maurice. Moses, Montrose Jonas. 
Maurice Maeterlinck. N. Y., Duffield, '11. 
(D16) c. 315 p. $1.25 net. 
Bibliography (ax p.). 

Magic. Davies, T : Wittoh. " Magic," black and 
white; charms and counter charms; divination 
and demonology among the Hindus, Hebrews, 
Arabs and Egyptians; an epitome of " super- 
naturalism " magic, black, white and naturd; 
conjuring and its relation to prophecy, includ- 
ing Biblical and Old Testament terms and words 
for magic; present ed. prepared for publication 
under the editorship of L. W. de Laurence, by 
T. Witton Davies. Chic, De Laurence, Scott 
& Co., *io. [*ii.] (F18) c. '10. 16+130 p. 
front. 12°. $1.50. 
Bibliography (7 p.). 

Manual arts. See Technology. 

Manuscripts. Aufrecht,Th. Die Sanskrit. Hand- 
schriften der k. Hof- und Staatsbibliothek in 
Miinchen, beschrieben. MUnchen, Palm, 1909. 
viii-228 p. O. 12 fr. so. 

— Codices manuscript! bibliothecae imiversitatis 
Leidensis. I (Codices Vulcaniana); II (Codices 
Scaligeram*). Leiden, Brill, 19 10. viii-65 et 
viii, 40 p. O. 6 fr. 25. 

— Delisle, Lipoid. Instructions pour la redac- 
tion d'un catalogue de manuscrits et pour la 
redaction d'un inventaire des inctmables con- 
serves dans les biblioth^ques publiques de France. 
Paris, Champion. 98 p. D. 

— Trieste, Austria. City Library. Manuscripts. 
Kentenich, G. Beschreibendes Verzeichnis der 
Handschriften der Stadtbibliothek zu Trier. 
VI, 2, Trier, Lintz. 19 10. x-172 p. O. 7 
fr. 50 c. 

Maps. United States. Superintendent of Docu- 
ments. Maps published by the United States 
Government. 21 p. gratis. 

— Maps and charts, France. Verkooren, Al- 
phonse. Inventaire des chartes et cartulaires 
des duch6s de Brabant et de Limbourg et des pays 
d*outre-Meuse. irepartie. I. Bruxelles, Hayez, 
1910. 8**, viii-472 p. 5 fr. 

Marie de France. Three lays of Marie de France 
retold in English verse by F: Bliss Luquiens. 
N. Y., Holt, 'II. (My6) c. 33+63 p. D. 
$1.10 net. 
Bibliography (6 p.). 

Mathematics. Katalog der mathematischen Ab- 
teilung der Stadtbibliothek. Frankfurt am Main. 
Frankfurt am Main, Englert und Schlosser, 1909. 
8°, x-327 p. I fr. 60. 



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Medicine. Garrison, Fielding H. The His- 
torical Collection of Medical Classics in the 
Library of the Surgeon General's Office. (In the 
Jorunal of the American Medical Association, 
June 17, 1911. 56:1785-1792.) 

Mental fatigue. 0:Tner, Max. Mental fatigue; 
a comprehensive exposition of the nature of 
mental fatigue, of the methods of its measure- 
ment and of their results, with special reference 
to the problems of instruction; tr. from the 
German by Guy Montrose Whipple. Bait., 
Warwick & York, '11. (N18) c. 8+133 p. 
12°. (Educational psychology monographs.) 
$1.25. 

Bibliography (7 p.). 

Mercantile marine subsidies. Library of Con- 
gress. Additional references relating to mercantile 
marine subsidies; comp. under the direction of 
Hermann Henry Bernard Meyer. 164 p. O. 
Wash., Govt. Print. Office, 191 1. 

Metal corrosion. Carnegie Library, Pittsburgh 
Metal corrosion and protection; references to 
books and magazine articles, zo c. Carnegie 
Lib. (Pittsburgh). 

Meteorology. United States. Superintendent of 
Documents. Publications of the Weather Bu., 
Agriculture Dept. and of the Signal Office, War 
Dept. to 189 1. II p. pap., gratis. 

Mexico. Lowell (Mass.) City Library. Mexico, 
Central and South America; a list of books. . . 
in the Lowell City Library, July, 19 11. Lowell, 
Mass. 29 p. D. 

Military art and science. Almanach der Milit&r- 
Literatur. Quellennachweis flir jede milit&r- 
wissenschaftliche Arbeit. Nachtrag, 19 10. . . 
von Otto Limpan. Leipzig, Friedrich Engel- 
mann, 19 11. x, 212 p. i mark. 

— Beca, Colonel. A study of the development of 
infantry tactics; tr. by permission of the au- 
thor, by Captain A. F. Custance; with a preface 
by Colonel Hacket Pain. N. Y., [Macmillan,] 
*ii. (My2o) 14+139 p. D. 75 c. net. 

Bibliogrmphy (2 p.). 

— United States Engineer School Library. Engi- 
neer school library list of accessions arranged 
under subject-headings in alphabetical order 
from January, 1910, to December 31, 1910. 
Govt. Print. Office. 

Military service. Baker, Mary Ellen. Biblio- 
graphy of lists of soldiers. Register Reprints, 
Series A, no. 36. Brjrn Mawr, Pa., Bryn 
Mawr College. 

Mind. Boas, Franz. The mind of primitive man; 
a course of lectures delivered before the Lowell 
Institute, Boston, Mass., and the National 
University of Mexico, 1910-1911. N. Y., Mac- 
millan, '11. (O14) c. 10+294 p. D. $1.50 
net. 

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Mines and mining. Pogue, Jos. Ezekiel, /r. Cid 
mining district of Davidson County, North 
Carolina. Raleigh, N. C, Edwards & Biough- 
ton Pr., '10, ['ii.j (JI15) 144p.il. pis., diagrs., 
4*^, (North Carolina, Geological and economic 
Survey, bull.) 15 c. 
Bibliography (5 p.). 

Missions and missionaries. Zwemer, S: Marinus. 
The unoccupied mission fields of Africa and Asii. 
N. Y., Student Volunteer Movement for Foreign 
Missions, '11. (Myso) c. 20+260 p. pis., pors., 
maps, 8°. $1. 
Bibliography (9 p.). 
See also India. 

Mohammadanism. List of works relating to 
Muhanmiadanism. (/n New York Public Lib- 
rary Bulletin (v. 15, no. 4), April, p. 211-246.) 

Molidre, Jean Batiste Poquelin de. Miles, 
Dudley Howe. The influence of Moliire od 
Restoration comedy. N. Y., [Lemcke & B.,] 
'10, ['11.] (F14) c. '10. 114-272 p. D. (Colum- 
bia Univ. studies in comparative literature.) 
$1.50 net. 
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Municipal government. Beard, C. A., ed. Loose 
leaf digest of short ballot charters; adocumentuy 
history of the commission form of municipal 
government. N. Y., Short Ballot Organia- 
tion, 583 Fourth Ave., ['11.] various paging. 0. 
$5 net. 
Bibliogrmphies. 

— Bradford, Ernest Smith. Commission govern- 
ment in American cities. N. Y. Macmillan, 'xi. 
(Dg) c. 14+359 p. pis. D. $i.2S net 
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— Chicago Public Library. Check list of boob 
and pamphlets on municipal government fottod 
in the free public libraries of Chicago, gratis. 
Chic. Pub. Lib. 

— Public affairs-references. Indianiq>olis, Ind., 
Special Libraries (v. 2, no. 5), May. (p. 42-48.) 

— Robbins, £dn. Clyde, comp. Sdected articles 
on the commission plan of municipal government. 
2d and enl. ed.. Minneapolb, Minn.. H. W. 
Wilson Co., '10, t'li.l (Je3) 26+178 p. la*. 
(Debaters' handbook ser.) $1 net. 
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— Seattle Public Library. Municipal government; 
a list of books and references to periodicals in the 
Seattle public library, gratis. Seattle Pub. 
Lib. 

— Trenton (N. J.) Public Library. The modern 
development of municipal government; a ref- 
erence guide issued by the Public Library and 
the Chamber of Commerce, Trenton, N. J. 
Trenton, N. J. 16 p. T. 

— Wilmington Institute Free Library. A list of 
books and references to periodicals on municqMLl 
government, September, 191 1. 37 p. D. 

— Woodruff, Clinton Rogers, ed. City government 
by commission. N. Y., Appleton, '11. (S9) 
c. 9+381 p. il. D. (National Muniapal 
League ser.) $1.50 net. 
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HonldMl lavnTanMnt. Selected list im miimc- 
«ml improvement. (In Worcester Free Public 
LibraiyButtdtH, Jan., i9ii,p. 17-31-) 



— PlainGeld (N. J.) Public Library. Finding list 
of music scores in the circut&ting deputment of 
the Fl&infield Public Ubrary. gratia. Plainfield 
Pi^. Lib. 

— Schwartz, Rud. Katalog der Musikbibliothek 
Peters. Neue Aufl. i (BUcber und Schriften). 
Leipzig, Peters, 1910. 127 p. O. 

Hytholo^. Gayley, C. M., id. The classic 
myths in English litetatuie and in art, based 
originally on Bulfinch's " Age of fable" (1855); 
accompanied by an interprative and illustrative 
commentary. New ed., rev. and enl. Bost., 
Ginn, ['ri.J (F»s) c. 41+597 p. il. maps, fold, 
geneal. tab., D. $i.6a. 

ITiytoleon L Hassall, Arth. The life of Nt^eon; 
with ig illustrations. Bost., Little, Brown, *ii. 
{S13) 15+3" p. O. Ii.sonet- 

BibUocnphr (4 p.). 

— Davois, G. Bibliogtapbie Napoltonietme fran- 
caise jusqu'en i^. II. (M.-Z.) Paris, I'Edi- 
tion bibliographique, igio. 165 p. O. 

nattml reaonrcM. Washington State Library. 
Select list ot references on observation of natural 
resources; comp. by Josephine Holgate. Olym- 
pia, igii. 3Sp. S. 

Hattire- »tu dy. Cunstock, iirt. Anna Botsford, 
Handbook of nature-stu(^ for teachers and 
parents, based on the Cornell nature-study 
leaflets, with much additional material and 
many new illustrations. Ithaca, N. Y., Corn- 
Stock Pub., '11. (D9) c. 17+938 p. il. 8'. 
»3-»S- 

BibUaarmphjr (4 p.). 

— Sunderland (Eng.) Public Libraries. Selected 
list of bo(du on nature study, including aquaria, 
microscopy, and taxidermy. Febniaiy, igii. 
10 p. S. gratis. 

Hmtmb. McConnell, J'. Preston. Negroes and 
thdr treatment in Virginia from 1865 to 1867. 
(Emory, Va., J: P. McConnell, 'u.l (Ft) 1*6 p. 

a°. Ji. 

Bibliognphjr (S p.). 

— Weatherford, Willis Duke. Negro life in the 
South, present conditions and needs. Rev. ed. 
N. y., Assn. Press, '11. (N18) c. 7+181 p. 
«'. 75 c- 

BIblioanpbir (4 p.). 

ITmitrallty. Wicker, Cyrus French. Neutraliza- 
tion. N.Y., Oxford Univ., 'ii. (D2) S+gt p. 
O. JI.7S- 

y ti p.). 



Hew Tork State. Bmnuner, Sidney D: Political 
history of New York State during the period 
of the Civil War. N. Y., Longmans, '11. (JI19) 
c. 451 p. O. (Columbia Univ. studies in bw- 
tory, economics and public law.) pap., S3 net. 
BlbliocnphT (4 p.). 



periodicals 01 . 

ed., by Franklin W. Scott. Springfield, 111., 
III. State Hist. Lib., '10, ('ill c. s-104+610 p. 
fac^m., 8°, ^in<MS Stat« Histmical libcary 
collections; Biographical ser.) 

— Weeks, Lyman Horace, and Bacon, Edn. hf., 
comps. and tds. An historical digest of the 
provincial press; bdng a collation of all items of 
personal and historic reference relating to 
American alTaiii printed in the newqiapeis of 
the provinicial period; Massachusetts set. v. t, 
Bost., Soc. for Americana, '11. (Agia) c. front, 
pis., pors., facsims., 8°. Jio. 
Bibllosrapby (7 p.). 



e prehistoric tribes ^ 
North America; with more than 300 full-page 
plates and 40a figures illustrating over 4000 
dilTerent objects. In 1 v. Bost., Houghton 
Mifflin, '10, [-11.] Uai4) c. 'lo. 11+457; 
6+417 p. Q. $snet. 

BibliosiBpbr (41 p.). 

— Wright, G: F:, D.D. The ice age in North 
America and its bearings upon the antiquity of 
man. 5th ed., many new maps and il.; enl. and 
rewritten to incorporate the facts that bring it 
up to date; with chapters on Lake Agassiz and 
the probable cause of glaciation, by Warren 
Upham. Oberlin, O., Bibliotheca Sacra Co., '11. 
(Jeio) c. 21+763 p. O. $snet. 
BlbUosnphr (16 p.). 1 

ETorOiweft 
Pacific I 

Nofwi^, Pettereoo, Hjalmar. Bibliotheca Nor- 
w^ica. Norge os Nordmlnd i Udlandeti 
Literature, fvol. 2] Christiana, 1910: Cammer- 
meyer's Bt^tandeL zvi, 301-566 p. {A bib- 
liography of Don-Norwegian literature relathig 
to Norway and the Norwegians.) (BantMatt, 
Feb. II, 1911.) 



itica. Head, Barclay Vincent, <im1 otJierj. 

Historia numorum; a manual of Greek numis- 
matics. New and enl. ed. N. Y., Oxford Univ., 
(Sj) 31+966 p. iL tabs., O. $ia.7S. 

■ r {10 p.). 



NurnB and nnrahig. B<^, Louie Croft. Sute 
registration for nurses. 50 c. Saunders. 

Biblioar«pby (S p.). 

Onitora and oratoir- Kn^ip, Ella A., Odd French 
J: Calvin, tds. The speech for spedal occadons. 
N. Y., Macmillan, '11. (Jaii) c. 43-1-397 
p. D. Ji.ionet. 

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Occnltiam. Davies, T. W. " Magic," bUck and 

white; charms and counter channs; divination 
and demonolDgy among the Hindus, Hebrews, 
Arabs and Egyptians; an epitome of " Bupet- 
naturalism " magic, black, white and natural; 
conjuring and its relation to prophecy, including 
Biblical and Old Testament terms and words for 
magic; present ed. prepared for publication imdcr 
the editorahip ot L, W. de Laurence, by T. Wit- 
ton Davies. Chic, De Laurence, Scott & Co., 
'lo, ['ii.l c 'lo. i6-i-i3op, front la*. $1.50, 

Bibliograpby (t P->- 

Ohio. See United Sutes— History. 

Piinten and paintiiig. Gardner, Edm. Ganatt. 
■ The painters of the school ot Ferrara. N. Y., 

Scribner, limported, '11.] (D13) 15+267 p. 

pU. D. ti net. 

Bibliograpby (5t P-)- *! 

Palatinate. Haberle, Daniel. Pfalrische Biblio- 
sraphie. Band III. Heidelberg, Emit Carle- 
badi. iqS pp. IBBrsenblatt, Feb. 11, 1911.) 



Llewellyn. Paper and cardboard construction; 
book problems, box problems, card problems, 
envelope problems; an analysis of the scope 
<^ paper and cardboard construction for primary 
gmlea of public schools. Menomonie, Wis., 
Menomonie Press, ['11.] CO14) c. 166+13 P- 
!1. diagra., 11°. St.50. 

Btbliognphy <4 p.). 

Panlyals. Frost, W.H. Acute anterior poliomye- 
litis (infantile paralysis). Wash., Govt. Print. 

Office. 
Blbliosnphy (4 p.). 

Parties (political). Kleeberg, Gordon Saul Philip. 
The formation of the Republican party as a 
national political organization. N. Y., Moods 
Pub., [jo E. 4sd St.,1 '11. (D30) c. »44 p. 
facsim., 8°. $1. 
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Patents. United States Patent Office. Price lUt 
of publications of the United States Patent 
Office, with schedule of lees of the office. Gov. 
Print. Office. 

Pedro. " the Cruel." Storer, E. Peter the Cruel; 
the life of the notorious Don Pedro of Castile; 
together with an account of his relations with the 
famous Maria de Padilla; with a front, in photo- 

Evure and 16 other illustrations. N. Y., J. 
le, igii, I1910.I 10+3SS P- O. d., S4 net. 

BlblioKiiphy (1 p.). 

PeUagra. Marie, Auguste. Pellagra; with introd. 
notes by Prof. Lombroso; auU. tr. from the 
French by C. H. Lavinder and J. W. Babcock; 
with additions, illustrations, bibhog. and appen- 
dices, Columbia, S. C, State Co., ['10,] Pit.I 
(Ja) c. '10. 434 P- il. tabs., charts, la". 

Blbliottapbi' (18-1-13 p.). 



Periodical litaiattire. Annual magarinft subject- 
index, ipio; a subject-index to a adected litt 
of American and Enjglish periodicals and sodetf 
publications not elsewhere indexed; indudiaf 
as pt. 1 The dramatic index for igio; td. by F: 
Winthrop Faxon, and compiled with the co- 
operation of librarians. Boat., Boat. Bk. Co., 
'it (Apap) aas+i6op. 8*, Ss.Sonet. 

— James, Edm. Janes. Newqwjpen and period 
icals of IlliiuHS. 1814-1879. Rev. and mLcd^ 
by Franklin W; Scott. Springfidd, HI, EL 
StaW Hist. Lib., '10, ['«.] (Apis) C S-t<H+ 
610 p. facaim., 8°, (Illinma State Historical li- 
brary collections.) 

— Mathews, Alb. Lists of New England maga- 
dnes, 1743-1S00. gratia. BoeL, A. Matthews, 

— Severance, H. 0., and Walsh, C. H. Guide U 
the current periodicals and serials of the United 
States and Canada. Supplement, Sept. i, iglO. 
7a p. 0. Ann Arbor, Midi., Wahi, 1910. 

— United States. Superintendent of Documents. 
Periodicals issued by United States goven- 
ment with foreign and domestic subscrq>tian 
prices. Wash., D. C, Govt. Print. Offic*. 

— Univermty of lUinoia. List of aerials In the 
University of Illinois library, together with thoK 
in other libraries in Urbana and Chanqtaiga. 
(Univermty of Illinois, Bulletin, vol. g, no. a.) 
Urbana, 1911. 8+a33 p. O. Si.ao. 

Pewter. Massi, H. J. L. J. Chats on dd pewtcR 
with gi illustrations. N. Y., Stokes, E'lt'l 
(Myi3) 4aa p. O, tt net, 

Bibliocnphy [1 p.). 

Philology. Northmp, Out S. Hie present iS- 
liogr^hical status of modem philology: witt 
a summary of letters from r ep r ea entatfves of 
modem language studies by W. N. C. Cailetoa; 

E receded by a survey of periodical bibllognuil? 
y J. Christian Bay; published foe the Bib> 
liographical Society of America. Chic, Univ. 
of Chic, '11. (O14) c. 48 p. 8°, p^., 50 c net 
See also Classical philology. 



philosophy and psychology, including many cm the 
principal conceptions of ethics, lo^, aatbetica, 
philosophy of religion, mental pathology, an- 
thropology, biology, neurology, phvsioloKy, ec^ 
nomics, political and sodal phuoaopny, phuology, 
physical science, and education, and giving a 
terminology in English, French, Genwui and 
Italian; written by many hands and td. hj ja. 
Mark Baldwin, widi the co-operation aad asBSt* 



i4-)-644; i6-|-Bga p. il. diagra., 4'. " , . 
(Sold by subs, only.) 

BlUiognphit*. 

— Pabner, G: Herb. The problem of freedoo. 
Bost., Houghton Miffiin, 'it. (Dg) c. 9+111 
p. D. $1.25 net. 

BibUoflnphy (] p.). 

— Die Fhilosophie der G^enwart. EIik inter- 
nationals JahresUberdcht, herausgcgelwn vea 
Dr. Arnold Huge. i. Doppdband. Heidel- 
berg: Weiss'sche UniversiUtsbuchhaadlaiib 
1910. 10 Mark. Boum, la Mark. 



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Nichols, Fred Richardson, and others, 
[ of experimental physics for secondary 
; rev. by C: H. Smith and others. Bost., 
II. c. 26+334 p. il. diagrs. D. 80 c. 
aphy (5 p.). 

te. Hamilton, C. G. Piano teaching; 
ndples and problems. Bost., Ditson, 
c. s-f-171 p. O. d., $1.25. 

•OOlCB (3 p.). 

;. Allan. The complete poems of Edgar 
Foe; collected, ed., and arranged with 
r, textual notes and bibliography [6p.] 
H. Whitty; with illustrations. Bost., 
ton Mifflin, *ii. (My 13) c. 86+304 p. 
D. $2 net. 

Lewis, C: B., comp. La lyre d'amour; an 
>gy of French love poems from earliest 
down to 1866. N. Y., Duffield, [*iil. 
23+262 p. front. D. $1.20 net. 
aphy (2 p.). 

son, Fk. Allen. The middle English peni- 
lyrics; a study and collection of early 
IS verse. N.Y., [Lemcke & B., ]*ii. (O14) 
■203 p. O. (Columbia Univ. studies 
;lish.) $1.50. 

•aphy (6 p.). 

1, J. Contemporary Belgian poetry. 40 c. 

>immons. 

•aphy (3 p.). 

economy. Giesecke, A. A. American 
:rcial legislation before 1789. N. Y., 
on, 19 10. c. 167 p. 12°, (Publications of 
oiv. of Penn.; series in political economy 
iblic law.) $1.50. 
raphy (zo p.). 

(T, L. H. History of economic thought; 

::al account of the origin and development 
economic theories of the leading thinkers 
leading nations. N. Y., Macmillan, '11. 

+567 p. D. $2 net. 

raphy (5 p.). 

d States Superintendent of Docimients. 
:al economy; United States public docu- 
. gratis. Wash., D. C, Govt. Print. 

•ig, Fk. W: Principles of economics. In 
V. I. N. Y., Macmillan, '11. (N18) 
+457 P- 8*. $2. 
raphies. 

d States. Superintendent of Documents. 
:al economy; United States public docu- 

for sale. Wash., D. C, Govt. Print. 

gratis. 

>, Sidney. Grants in aid: a criticism and 
^posal. N. Y., Longmans, '11. (Jli) 
; p. O. (Studies in economics and 
al sdence.) $1.75 net. 
raphy (19 p.). 

f' oeiDB. Corson, L. A finding list of 
poems referring to English affairs of the 
uia XIV. centuries. Corson, Norristown, 
|6 p. D. 



Political science. Milton, J: The tenure of kings 
and magistrates; ed., with introd. and notes, by 
W: Talbot Allison; a thesis presented to the 
faculty of the Graduate School of Yale Univer- 
sity in candidacy for the degree of doctor of 
philosophy. N. Y., Holt, '11. (O14) 53+185 
p. O. (Yale studies in English; ed. by Alb. S. 
Cook.) $1.50; pap., $1.25. 
Bibliography (9 p.). 

— Reed, Alfr. Zantzinger. The territorial basis of 
government under the state constitutions; local 
divisions and rules for legislative apportionment. 
N. Y., Longmans, *ii. (Ags) c. 241 p. O. 
Columbia Univ. studies in history, economics 
and public law.) pap., $1.75 net. 
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— Texas. State Library, Austin. Finding list of 
books, gratis. Texas State Lib. 

Pope, Alexander. Grolier Club, New York. A 
catalogue of the first editions of the works of 
Alexander Pope (i 688-1 744), together with a 
collection of the engraved portraits of the poet 
and of his friends. N. Y., Grolier Club, *ii. 
(Je3) c. 3-7+85 p. pors., facsim., 8°. $3. 

Poultry. United States. Superintendent of DocU" 
ments. Poultry: birds. United- States Govern- 
ment publications for sale by the superintendent 
of docimients. gratis. 

PresbjTterians in the South. White, H : Alex., D.D. 
Southern Presbyterian leaders; with portrait 
illustrations. N. Y., Neale, c. '11. 467 p. 
O. $3 net. 
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Printing. Baumann, Rud. Ein Beitragzur Ge- 
schichte der solothumischen Buchdruckerei und 
der solothumischen Zeitungen bis ssum Jahre 
1848. Balsthal, Baumann, 1909. In-8, vi- 

139 p. 

Prosody. Saintsbury,-G. E. B. Historical manual 
of English prosody. [N. Y.,] Macmillan, *io, 
[*ii.] 17+347 p. D. $1.60 net. 
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Psychology. Sully, Ja. The teacher's handbook 
of psychology. 5th ed., rewritten and enl. 
N. Y., Appleton, *io, ['11.] 19+606 p. 12*. 
$2 net. 

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See also Animal psychology; Mind; Religious 
psychology; Social psychology. 

Public documents. Reeder, C. W. Government 
documents in small libraries; reprinted from 
Report of Board of Library Commissioners 
of Ohio for the year ending Nov. 15, 1909. 
Springfield (O.) Publishing Co., 1910. 9 p. D. 

— Superintendent of Docimients. Index to 
Monthly catalogue United States public docu- 
ments. Wash., Govt. Print. Office, 191 1. 24 
p. D. 

Public drinking cup. Select list of references on 
the public drmking cup question. Indianapolis, 
Ind., Special Libraries (v. 2, no. .5), May. (p. 
42-44-) 



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Puritans. Brown, J:, D.D,, 1830. The English 
Puritans. N. Y., Putnam, '10, [*ii.l (F4) 
6+160 p. S. (Cambridge manuab of science 
and literature.) 40 c. net. 
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Quakers. Henkels, S. V. Catalogue no. 1032: 
Quakeriana; a remarkable collection of books 
relating to the Society of Friends. 95 p. O. 
Phil., 191 1. 

Rafinesque-Schmaltz, Constantine Samuel. Fitz- 
patrick, T. J. Rafinesque; a sketch of his life, 
with bibliography. $2. Hist. Dept. la. 

Rare books. Delpy, A. Essai d'une bibliographie 
nxSciale des livres perdus ignores ou connus k 
l(6tat d'exemplaire imique; par A. Delpy. 
2e volume. Lettre H k Lettre P. Lille, impr. 
Lefebvre-Ducrocq. Paris, i br. A. Durel, 191 1. 
Grand in-8,179 p. 

Reciprocity. United States. Library of Congress, 
Division of Bibliography. Additional references 
rel. to reciprocity with Canada. Wash., Govt. 
Print. Office. 

Recreation. Cary, C. P. Plays and games for 
schools. Madison, Wis., 191 1. 86 p. D. 

Reference books. Course in reference books. 
State Normal School, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 
10 c. Wis. State Normal Sch. 

— Ely, Ruth. Library aids for the teacher, isc. 
State Normal School. 

Reformation. Workman, /^ev. Herb. Brook. Chris- 
tian thought to the Reformation. N. Y., 
Scribner, '11. (Ag26) io-i-256 p. D. (In- 
ternational theological hb.) 75 c. net. 
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Religion. Cope, Rev. K.F, The efficient layman; 
or, the religious training of men; thesis for Ph.D. 
degree Ripon College, 1908. Phil., Griffith & 
Rowland Press, ['11.] c. 12-I-244 p. D. $1 
net. 

— Richardson, E. C, and others , comp, and ed. 
Periodical articles on religion, 1 890-1 899. $5. 
Scribner. 

Religions. Kennedy, J. M. The religions and 
pMlosophies of the East. N. Y., J: Lane, '11. 
(Ap8) 11-I-276P. D. $1.50 net 
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Religious psychology. Clark University Library. 
Wilson, Louis N. List of papers in the field of 
religious psychology presented at Clark Univer- 
sity. Worcester, Mass., Clark University Press. 
9 p. D. (Publications of Clark University 
Library, vol. 2, no. 8.) 

Rhine provinces. Haeberle, D. Pfalzische Bib- 
liographic. Ill (Die ortskundliche Literatur 
der Rheinpfalz). Heidelberg, Carlebach, 1910. 
In-8, 297 p. 7 fr. 50. 

Roads. United States. Superintendent of Docu- 
ments. Public roads office publications. Govt. 
Print. Office. 



Rousseau, Jean Tacques. Boyd, W: The educa- 
tional theory of Jean Jacques Rousseau. N. Y., 
Longmans, '11. (D2) 13-I-368 p. D. $1.75 
net. 
Bibliogrmphy (3 p.). 

Rugs, Oriental. Lewis, G. Griffith. The practi- 
cal book of Oriental rugs: with 10 il. in cok>r, 75 
in double-tone, 67 designs in line, chart and map. 
Phil., Lippincott, '11. (N18) c. 359 p. 0. 
$4.50 net, ix)xed. 
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Ruskini John. Wingate, Ashmore. Life of Tohn 
Ruskin. N. Y., Scribner, [imported,] '10. ['11.] 
(F18) 114-203 p. 8", (Great writers scr.) $1. 
Bibliogrmphy (5 p.). 

Sainte-Marthe, Charles de. Ruutz-Rees, Caro- 
line. Charles de Sainte-Marthe, (151 2-1535.) 
N. Y., [Lemcke & B.,] '10, ['11.] (F4) c. '10. 
16+664 P* D* (Columbia Univ. studies in 
romance philology and literature.) $1 net. 
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Schools. Dresslar, F. B. American schoolhouses 
Wash., D. C, Govt. Print. Office. 
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— Jessup, Wa. Alb. The social factors affect- 
ing special supervision in the public schools of 
the United Sutes. N. Y., Teachers' Coll.. '11. 
(O14) c. 74-123 p. 8®, (Teachers College) 
Columbia Univ., Contributions to educatioiL 
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— Swift, Fletcher Harper. X history of publk 
permanent common school funds in the United 
States, 1^95-1905. N. Y., H<dt, '11. (Agip) 
c. 9+493 P- O. $3.75 net. 

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See also Recreation. 

Science. American Federation of Teachers of the 
Mathematical and the Natural Sciences. Bib- 
liography of science teaching. Govt. Print. 
Office. 

— North Carolina University. Scientific investiga- 
tion at the University, 1795-1910. 25 c. Univ. 
of N. C. 

Secret societies. Birch, Una. Secret societies 
and the French Revolution, together with some 
kindred studies. N. Y., J. lime, 'zx. 261 p. 
D. $1.50 net. 
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Sermons. Thom, J: Hamilton. A minister ol 
God; selections from the occasional secmoos 
and addresses of John Hamilton Thom; d.^ 
with a memoir, by V. D. Davis. Bost, Am. 
Unitarian Assn., '11. (D2} 222 p. D. $x.m 
net. 
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Settle, Elkanah. Brown, F. C. Elkanah Settk, 
his life and works. Chic, Univ. of Chic, piiJ 
c. *io. 10+170 p. O. $1.25 net. 

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Sewage and sewerage. Pittsburgh Carnegie Li- 
brary. Sewage disposal and treatment; ref- 
erences to books and magazine articles. 15. c. 
Carnegie Lib. 



Leone. Lukach, Harry C: A bibliography 
of Sierra Leone; with an introductory essay 
on the origin, character and peoples of the colony. 
N. Y., [OrfordUniv.J'io, rii.J (Mri8) 144 p. 
O. $2.90. 

Skin. Pusey, W: A. Principles and practice of 
dermatology. $6 net. Appleton. 
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Sodal science. Earp, Edn. Lee. The social 
engineer. N. Y., Eaton & M., [*ii.] (My 20) 
c. 23-1-326 p. D. $1.50 net. 
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— Guide to reading in social ethics and allied 
subjects; lists of books and articles. $1.25; $1. 
C. Chester Lane. 

— Howard, G. E. Social psychology, 50 c. 
Univ. of Neb. 

Bil^ography (28 p.). 

— Lawrence, W: Witherle. Medieval story and 
the beginnings of the social ideals of English- 
speaking people. N. Y., Lemcke & B., '11. c. 
14+236 p. D. (Columbia Univ. lectiures: 
Hewitt lectures). $1.50 net. 

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— Sears, C: Hatch. The redemption of the city; 
introd. by E: Judson. Phil., Griffith & R., '11. 
c. 16+248 p.. il. pis., map, fold, tab.,, 12^. 50 c. 
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— Smith, S: G: Social pathology. N. Y., Mac- 
millan. '11. (D2} c. 8-|-38op. D. $2 net. 
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— Toulmin, Harry Aubrey. Social historians; 
with an introd. by C: W. Kent. Bost., Badger, 
'11. (D16) c. 176 p. D. $1.50 net. 
Bibliography (5 p.). 

— Virginia State Library, Richmond. Finding 
list of the social sciences, political science, law 
and education. Va. State Lib. 

Socialism. Skelton, Oscar Douglas. Socialism; 
a critical analysis. Bost., Houghton Mifflin, '11. 
(Mr4) c. 9+329 p. O. (Hart, Schaffner and 
Marx prize essays in economics.) $1.50 net. 
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Soils. Free, E: E. Movement of soil material by 
the wind, with a bibliography of eolian geology. 
Govt. Print. Office. 

— United States, Dept. of Agriculture. Bu. of 
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Govt. Print. Office. 

South America. Currier, i^ev. C: Warren. Lands 
of the Southern cross; a visit to South America. 
Wash., D. C, Spanish-Am. Publication Soc., '11. 
(Jl 8) c. 401 p. map, pis. Z2°. $1.50. 
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South Dakota. O'Harra, C. C. Badland forma^ 
tions of the Black Hills region, gratis. C. C. 
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Spanish-America. Lowell (Mass.) City Library. 
Mexico, Central and South America; a list of 
books, gratis. Lowell (Mass.) City Lib. 

Stamps. Melville, F: Jones. Chats on postage 
stamps; with 74 illustrations. N. Y., Stokes. 
[*ii.l (D16) 362 p. pis. O. (" Chats " ser.) 
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Statistics. Pratt, E: Ewing. Industrial causes 
of congestion of population in New York Ci^. 
N. Y., Longmans, *ii. (S2) c. 250 p. O. 
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pap., $2 net. 
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Steams, Robert Edwards Carter. Steams, Miss 
M. R. Bibliog. of the Scientific writings of R. E. 
C. Steams. Smithsonian Inst. 

Stone. Howe, J. A. The geology of building 
stones. [N. Y., Longmans, Green,] '10, ['ii!j 
S+455 P* P^M m&ps, D. (Arnold's geological 
ser.; ed by E. J. Marr.) $2.50. 
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Story-telling. Special list on story-telling (in 
Worcester (Mass.) Free Public Library Bulletin, 
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Swedes in the United States. Johnson, A. 
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Switzerland. Folk-lore. Heinemann, Fr. Bib- 
liographie der schweizerischen Landeskunde. V. 
Sagen und Legenden; MUrchen und Fabeln. 
Bem, Wyss, 1910. In-8, xxii-211 p. 2 fr. 50 c. 

Syphilis. Noguchi, Hideyo. Serum diagnosis of 
syphilis and the butyric acid test for S3q)hilis. 
$2.50. Lippincott. 
Bibliography (41 p.). 

— Plant, F. Wassermann sero-diagnosis of S3q>hi- 
lis in its application to psychiatry. $2. Journ, 
of Nervous and Mental Disease Pub, 
Bibliography (3 p.)* 

Teachers and teaching. Brown, J: Franklin, 
The training of teachers for secondaiy schools in 
Germany and the United States. N. Y., Mac- 
millan, *ii. (F18) c. io-f-335 p. D. $1.25 net. 
Bibliography (4 p.)> 
See also Science. 

Technology. Bridgeport (Ct.) Public Library. 
Industrial and technical books purchased from 
the E. G. Bumham fund in 1910. 1911. 16 p. 
S. 

— Trenton, N. J. Free Public Library. Books on 
industrial arts. Trenton, N. J. Trenton Pub. 
Lib. 

— Washington (D. C.) Public Library. Pract. 
books for pract. boys; list compiled, gratis. 
Washington Pub. Lib. 



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Telephones, Public ownership of. Holcomb, 
Arth, N. Public ownership of telephones on 
the continent of Europe; awarded the David 
A. Wells prize for the year iqcq-^'io, and pub- 
lished from the income of the David A. Wells 
fund. Bost. Houghton Mifflin, 'ii. (F4) c. 
'11. 20-I-482 p. O. (Harvard economic 
studies.) $2 net. 

Bibliography (4 p.). 

Theology. Catalogue 141 of Ludwig Rosenthal's 
Antiquariat (Munich, 223 p.) is devoted to 
*'Kadiolische Theologie " in the German 
language. 

Theses. Columbia University Library. List of 
theses submitted by candidates for the decree 
of doctor of philosophy in Columbia University. 
1 87 2-19 10. gratis. Columbia Univ. 

Trade-marks. Bibliography of trade-marks; origin 
and history. Indianapolis, Ind., Special Li- 
braries (v. 2, no. 5), May. (p. 52.) 

Transportation. United States Superintendent of 
Documents. Transportation; a list of govern- 
ment publications. Govt. Print. Office. 

Trees. Zon, R. Light in relation to tree growth. 
Wash., D. C, Govt. Print. Office. 

Bibliography (s p). 

United States. Army and Navy. United States 
Superintendent of Dociunents. United States 
Government publications rel. to the army and 
navy, pap., gratis. (84 p.) 

— Clark, G. Ramsey, and others, A short history 
of the United States navy. Phil., Lippincott, 
'11. c. *io-'ii. 505 p. pis., pors., maps. O. 
$3 net. 

Bibliography (6 p.). 

— History. Bradley, I. S. A bibliography of 
Wisconsin's participation in the war between the 
states, based upon material contained in the 
Wisconsin Historical Library. [Madison,] Wis., 
Wis. Hist. Comm., '11. c. 9-I-42 p. 8", (Wis. 
Hist. Comm.; original papers.) $1. 

— Croscup, G. E. History made visible; a 
synchronic chart and statistical tables of United 
States history; with a chronological text by 
Ernest D. Lewis. N. Y., Windsor Pub., [225 
5th Ave.,] '10, ['11.] (Jay) c. 94 p. il. maps, 
tabs., fold, charts, i°, $1.50. 

Biblios^aphy (2 p.)* 

— Griffin, Grace Gardner, comp. Writings on 
American history; a bibliog. of books and articles 
on U. S. and Canadian hist. pub. during the 
year 1909, with some memoranda on other por- 
tions of America. Wash., D. C, Am. Hist. 
Assn., '11. 491-792 p. O. $1.50. 

~- Low, Alfr. Maurice. The American people; a 
study in national psychology, v. 2. Bost., 
Houghton Mifflin, *ii. (D16) c. 6-|-6o8 p. 
O. $2.25 net. 

Bibliography (16J p.). 



United States History. Mowry, W: A: and Mrs. 
Blanche Swett. Essentials of the United States 
history; with many maps and illustrations. 
N. Y., Silver, Burdett, [*ii.] (My2o) c. 10+ 
3824-56 p. I2^ 90 c. 
Bibliography (8 p.). 

— Ryan, Dan. Jos. The Civil War literature of 
Ohio; a bibliography with explanatory and hu- 
torical notes. Cleveland, O., Burrows Bros., '11. 
(D30) c. 9+518 p. Q. $6; hf. mor., $ia 

— United States. Superintendent of Documads, 
American history United States public documents, 
gratis. Govt. Print. Office. 

Bibliography (1x7 p.). 

— Politics and government Hotchkiss, W. E. 
Judicial work of the comptroller of the Treasury 
as compared with similar functions in the gov- 
ernments of France and Germany. Cornell 

Univ. 
Bibliogrmphy (4 p.). 

— Reinsch, Paul S:, ed. Readings on American 
state government. Bost., Ginn. 11. c 6+473 
p. 8 . $2.25. 

Bibliography (6 p.). 

See also Americana; Alaska; Battle of Shiloh; 
Greeks in the U. S.; Indians; Lake Superior; 
Negroes; New York State; North America; 
Northwest; Public documents; Reciprocity; 
Swedes in the U. S.; West. 

Useful Arts. See Technology. 

Virginia. Constitutional history. Severn, £. G. 
A bibliography of the conventions and constitu- 
tions of Virginia, including references to essayi, 
letters and speeches in the Virginia newspapers. 
Richmond, Va., 1910. 441 p. D. 

Voltaire, Francois Marie Arooet de. Price, W: 
Raleigh. The symbolism of Voltaire's noveb 
with special reference to Zadig. N. Y., [Lemcke 
& B.,] *n. (O14) c. 64-265 p. D. (Colum- 
bia Univ. studies in romance, philology and 
literature.) $1.50 net. 
Bibliography (4 p.). 

Wales. Lloyd, J : E : A history of Wales from the 
earliest times to the Edwardian conquest. In 
2 V. N. Y., Longmans, '11. (Api) 24-^356; 
7+357-815 p., fold. map. O. $6 net. 
Bibliography (12 p.). 

Wall decoration. Rothery, Guy Cadogan. Ceil- 
ings and their decoration; art and archaeology. 
N. Y.. Stokes, ['11.] (Ag26) 14-H281 p. il 
pis. D. (House decoration ser.). $1.50 net 

Bibliography (3 p.). 

Warren Co., N. J. Cummins, G: Wyckoff. His- 
tory of Warren County, New Jersey. N. Y., 
Lewis Pub., *ii. (D16) c. 7+433 p. il. pl»-» 
pors., 4°. $15. 
Bibliography (3 P*)* 

Water filtration. Don, J:, and Chisholm, J: 
Modem methods of water purification; with 
96 illustrations. [N. Y., Longmans, '11.] (Mr4) 
16+368 p., fold, diagrs., O. $4.20 net. 

Bibliography (4 p.). 



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West (The). Turner, F: J. List of references In 
histcffy. Cambridge, Mass., Harvard Univ. 
Soc. 

White Mountains. Bent, Allen H. A bibliography 
of the White Mountains. Bost., Appalachian 
Mountain Club, [1050 Tremont Bldg.,] '11. 
(Ap8) c. 114 p., por. O. $1. 

William, the SUent, Prince of Orange. Putnam, 
Ruth. William the Silent, Prince of Orange 
[i 533-1584], and the revolt of the Netherlands. 
N. v., Putnam, *ii. (Je24) c. 24+506 p. 
il. map, D. (Heroes of the nations ser.; ed, by 
H. W. C. Davis.) $1.50 net. 
Bibliography (9 p.). 

'^inilisms College, WiUiamstown, Mass. Lowe, 

{: A. WiHiamsiana; a bibliography, gratis. 
: A. Lowe. 

Wisconsin. Bradl^, I: S: A bibliography of 
Wisconsin's participation in the war between the 
states, based upon material contained in the 
Wisconsin Historical Library. [Madison,] Wis., 
Wis. Hist. Conun., '11. (O14) c. 9+42 p. 8", 
(Wis. Hist. Comm.; original papers.) $1. 



Woman's sufifrage. Hecker, Bug. Arth. A short 
history of women's rights from the da3rs of 
Augustus to the present time; with special 
reference to England and the United States. 
N.Y., Putnam, '10, ['11.] (Ja2i) c. '10. 8+292 
p. D. $1.50. 
Bibliographies at ends of chapters. 

Woodcuts. British Museum. Catalogue of early 
German and Flemish woodcuts preserved in the 
Departments of Prints and Drawings, v. 2. 
London, Frowde, 191 1. 4% 21 s. 

Wood pulp. Cross, C: F:, and others. Wood 
pulp and its uses. N. Y., Van Nostrand, '11. 
(S23) 11+270 p. il. tabs., O. (Westminster 
ser.) $2 net. 
Bibliography (a p.). 

Wool. Library of Congress. Select' list of ref- 
erences on wool with special reference to the 
tariff; comp, imder the direction of Hermann 
Henry Bernard Meyer. Wash., 191 z. 163 p. O. 

Tale University, New Haven, Conn. Bacon, W: 
P., comp. Bibliography of class books and class 
records, 1 792-9910. Class Secretaries Bu. 



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THE YEAR IN BOOKS 



THE BOOKS OF 191 1 



Three months ago it looked as though the 
book production of 191 1 would exceed the 
record output of 1910, though by but a small 
margin. The returns for the last few months, 
however^ fell off so much as to bring the 
total about two thousand titles less than 1910 
— 11,123, to be exact, as against 13,470. Yet a 
large part of this decrease is probably more 
apparent than real. During the last months 
of 1910 the PuBUSHERs' Weekly listed an 
immense number of "sets/' classics issued in 
numerous new editions, and many reprints in 
various forms of standard and modem au- 
thors. All these, listed statistically by separate 
titles, undoubtedly swelled considerably the 
1910 figures. 

That there has been an actual decrease, 
however, is unquestioned, and that this de- 
crease makes, on the whole, for sounder 
trade conditions, is quite as clear. 

Books seem to be growing cheaper — which, 
if true, should afford comfort to a general 
public facing on every other hand a steadily 
rbing scale of prices. Unfortunately, how- 
ever, averages in this case are probably de- 
ceptive. The apparent decrease is largely due 
to the abolition of discounted prices on fiction, 
as the net system becomes more and more 
general. It is true, however, that every year 
sees the publication of more cheaper books — 
especially in juveniles and reprinted fiction. 
In other words, although the prices of books 
of the standard type remain fairly uniform, 
the reading public is certainly being offered a 
wider range of cheaper reading. 

Fiction has been a feature of the year's 
output, rising for the first time in several 
years distinctly above its average importance. 
The year has been marked by half a dozen 
novels of more than usual excellence, big not 
merely in sales — for some of them did not 
attain to the "best-seller* class at all— but in 



vital, and even enduring, quality. Even more 
interesting is the fact that "The Prodigal 
Judge," "Ethan Frome," "The Long Roll," 
"Jennie Gerhardt," "The Iron Woman"— to 
name but a few — were all not only by Amer- 
ican authors, but, though utterly diverse in 
style and theme, all distinctively American 
in spirit and setting. Even the closest rival 
in popularity to our best-sellers, "The Broad 
Highway," though a novel of England by an 
English author, seemed more American than 
English in its appeal. 

There is equal cause to congratulate Amer- 
ican letters in more serious fields of work. 
The most important philosophical work of 
the year, "Creative Evolution," was by Henri 
Bergson, a Frenchman; but three-fourths of 
the RELIGIOUS books which attained selling 
importance here and fully ninety per cent, of 
the publications in sociology and economics 
were by Americans. If it be replied that this 
was due largely to their subject-matter, the 
same cannot be said of either history or 
biography; yet the most finished biography 
of the year was probably William R. Thayer's 
"Life of Cavour," and Americans bulked 
larger in the historical publications of the year, 
even on foreign subjects, than Europeans. 

In pure literature, however, we still make 
a sorry showing. Out of twelve dramatic 
works selected out of the year's output as 
worthy of special note, only three are by 
Americans; and out of nine books of poetry 
selected as important, six bear American 
names, but every one of them is a new edi- 
tion of older work. 

fiction. 

It is a thankless task, at best, to attempt 
a selection of the best fiction of the year. It 
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icisms, judgments and tastes on record before 
a trade public that has "expert knowledge" 
of books, and is probably far more sure of 
its standards of selection. 

American novels were good this year. 
Among the best stood the work of a hitherto 
unknown author: "Queed," by Henry Syd- 
nor Harrison, wholesome, full of humor, 
optimism and unquestioned originality. Queed, 
the little pedant who drifts to a Southern 
boarding house and shuts himself away from 
all human companionship while writing a 
learned tome on evolutionary sociology, en- 
deared himself to many readers. 

Mrs. Edith Wharton did a marvellous bit 
of literary etching in "Ethan Frome,'' the life 
story of three typical New Englanders amid 
the sordid, hopeless conditions of an almost 
"abandoned farm." In "The Iron Woman/* 
Mrs. Margaret Deland, introducing again the 
Helena Richie and David of "The Awaken- 
ing of Helena Richie," made a great psycho- 
logic study of unrestrained youth, its mistakes 
and weaknesses. Robert Herrick surpassed 
his best former work in "The Healer," a man 
of the wild woods^ with a great gift of heal- 
ing, who professionally meets a rich, conven- 
tional girl, marries her and expects her to 
sacrifice herself for his great work. Both 
self -centered, they wreck each other's lives. 
Mary Johnston's "The Long Roll" was the 
first of a two-volume history of the Civil War 
from the Southern standpoint, in fiction form. 
Stonewall Jackson is its hero. Robert Cham- 
bers scored a "best-selling** success in "The 
Common Law," a story of society and studio 
life in New York City. In "The Legacy,** 
Mrs. Mary Stanbery Watts displayed the sure- 
ness of touch that made "Nathan Burke" 
noteworthy the year before. The Ohio char- 
acters were this time of the present genera- 
tion. 

The social unrest of the day and abnormal 
economic conditions were reflected in many 
novels. Under the pseudonym, "William 
Carleton," some very clever writer wrote the 
story of a clerk in a big corporation, who, at 
forty, loses his job and decides to begin life 
anew at the bottom, life freed from shams 
and false standards. The lessons of "One 
Way Out" are more and more needed, and 
the whole tone of the book is inimitable. 
"Miss Gibbie Gault/* by Kate Langley 
Bosher, continued the story of "Mary Cary," 
this time in Virginia, improving the conditions 
in mills and schools. Theodore Dreiser's 



"Jennie Gerhardt" is a daughter of the poor, 
raised by her beauty and sweetness to equiv- 
ocal affluence — a sad, but compelling, charac- 
terization that showed the author of "Sister 
Carrie" had greatly improved as a writer. 
May Futrelle's "Secretary of Frivolous 
Affairs** gave an insight into a rich society 
woman*s busy idleness. "The Nine Tenths," 
by James Oppenheim, was a call to responsi- 
bility on the part of employers, espedaUy 
those of woman's labor. "Keeping Up With 
Lizzie," by Irving Bacheller, like "One Way 
Out," censured, satirically, the extravagance of 
the day. "The Married Life of the Frederic 
Carrols," by Jesse Lynch Williams, is New 
York life as lived by our youthful people. 
The "Children of To-morrow,*' of Qara E 
Laughlin, were young people interested in 
literature and art, drawn together by moral 
enthusiasm to better social conditions; and 
"The Autobiography of a Woman Alone," 
who comes to New York with only seventeen 
dollars, should make all women think before 
drifting away from home moorings. 

All the old favorites offered their yearly 
tribute of fiction: Ernest Thompson Seton 
told of a boy scout among Indians in "Rolf 
In the Woods**; Francis Hopkinson Smith 
pictured the old South again in "Kennedy 
Square**; and Ellen Glasgow placed English 
game laws in contemporary Virginia in her 
"The Miller of Old Church." Mrs. Eliiabetb 
Stuart Phelps told a story of war veterans in 
"Comrades"; Mrs. Florence Morse Kingslcy, 
in her "To the Highest Bidder," and "The 
Return of Caroline,*' added two original 
heroines to her list Both stories have the 
keynote of sacrifice. George Barr McCutch- 
eon's "What's His Name?" and "Mary Mid- 
thorne*' were full of warm-hearted, healthy 
people of old-fashioned American instincts; 
and Christopher McCook, Jack London, Gon- 
verneur Morris, Harold MacGrath, Harold 
Bell Wright, S. Weir MitcheU, Gelctt Burgess 
and Caroline Wells were all represented by 
novels. We also immediately adopted Mrs. 
Riggs* "Mother Carey's Chickens," four 
delightful American children. 

Half a dozen books that met with favor 
came even into further notice because their 
authors died within the year. Vaughan Kcs- 
ter gave such brilliant promise in "The 
Prodigal Judge," a romance of the South in 
1830, that he will be sordy missed. David 
Graham Phillips had this year two of his 
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flict" and "The Grain of Dust." Myra Kelly, 
in "Her Little Young Ladyship," sent a girl 
from a little New England town to a 
larger Irish estate and there made a woman 
of her; and Mrs. Myrtle Reed, always so 
eagerly waited for by her great public, offered 
"A Weaver of Dreams'' as her last contribu- 
tion. 

A high level of merit marked the English 
output of fiction. Place aux dames. "Lucas 
Malet," after many years* silence, published 
"Adrian Savage," a psychological study, 
handled with an intellectual grasp and artis- 
tic finish befitting the author of "Sir Richard 
Calmady." Mrs. Humphry Ward, in "The 
Case of Richard Meynell," undertook the 
difficult task of showing how the attitude of 
church. State and people has changed since 
"Robert Elsmere" occupied the reading world 
a generation back. Marie Corelli, in "The 
Life Everlasting," added another to her line 
of fascinatingly suggestive novels of the oc- 
cult; and Mrs. Frances Hodgson Burnett 
equalled her best work in "The Secret Gar- 
den," a bewitching story of a walled-in garden 
in Yorkshire. No less than seven novels 
reached his American public from Arnold 
Bennett. "Helen Lessways," the most im- 
portant, was the second volume in the "Clay- 
hanger** trilogy and told the girlhood of that 
hero's wife in the Five Towns; the third vol- 
ume will tell the married life on the threshold 
of which "Qayhanger" closed its pages. "The 
Book of Carlotta" is full of music and trag- 
edy. "Denry, the Audacious," combined dar- 
ing and business capacity with remarkable 
self-distrust; "The Ghost" has a beautiful 
opera singer for heroine; and "Whom God 
Hath Joined" deals with English divorce laws. 
William J. Locke furnished "The Glory of Qe- 
mentina," the story of a great woman painter, 
who for a time hides her real nature under a 
rough manner and shabby clothes, but turns 
out a whole-souled woman, with a genius for 
friendship. William De Morgan, in "A Like- 
ly Story," let an old portrait tell most of his 
story, but added an "apology in confidence" 
on his own literary methods that walked right 
into the sympathy of his always appreciative 
readers. Herbert G. Wells was at his best 
— and at his worst— in "The New Machia- 
velli," a novel, in many respects great, of 
English statesmanship and of a woman broken 
loose from her old conventional moorings. 
The reading world on both sides of the At- 
lantic was taken by storm by Jeffery Far- 



nol's "The Broad Highway," a story of the 
days when George the Fourth was Prince 
Regent. The same author gave us "The 
Money Moon," in which a young American 
on a walking tour in England is the hero. 
Eden Phillpotts, Harold Bindloss, Maurice 
Hewlett and Robert Hichens have each two 
new stories, with word painting, in which they 
excel in its perfection. 

Tennyson's grandson (of the same name) 
wrote "A Portentous History," showing some 
talent; Quiller-Couch wrote a gem of a story, 
embracing Greek and Latin authors, architec- 
ture and church politics, and called it 
"Brother Copas"; and one of the best sellers 
of the year was Mrs. Barclay's "The Follow- 
ing of the Star," a story of service for hu- 
manity, with an original plot. The Russian 
awakening is viewed by Joseph Conrad in "Un- 
der Western Eyes," a novel that has not yet 
had a chance to make its secure place among 
the best of the year's greater presentations of 
life. A dozen volumes of short stories, of 
more than usual merit, came from Gals- 
worthy, Gilbert Keith Chesterton, W.W. Jacobs, 
Conan Doyle, etc. Particularly should be 
mentioned the amazingly accurate and vivid 
war stories cf a new writer. Die Luk-Oie. 

Translations seemed this year to receive an 
even warmer welcome than usual. From the 
French came the second installment of Rol- 
land's musical novel, "Jean Christophe," with 
the scene, this time, Paris; "The Unknown 
Isle," Pierre de Coulevain's story of England, 
from a French viewpoint; and "Marie Claire," 
an autobiographic novel by the Parisian seam- 
stress. Marguerite Audoux. 

Representative German stories were "Klaus 
Heinrich Baas," by GusUv Frenssen, of "Jorn 
Uhl" fame, "The Man With the Black 
Cord," a mystery tale, by Augusta Groner, 
and "The Fool in Christ," by Gerhart Haupt- 
mann. 

From the Italian came what is probably 
Antonio Fogazarro's last book, "Leila," a com- 
panion to "The Saint" ; and from the Spanish, 
"The Blood of the Arena," the love story 
of a bullfighter, by Vincente Blasco Ibanez. 

BIOGRAPHY, MEMOIRS, CORRESPONDENCE. 

Perhaps the most suggestive grouping of 
biographies is by the lines of activity of their 
subjects. 

Lives of authors, for instance — and espe- 
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themselves ot repute — are always among the 
much-sought biographies. This year brought 
"Edgar Allan Poe/' a critical study by Arthur 
Ransome. **The Life of Bret Harte," by H. 
C. Merwin, incidentally a vivid picture of 
California pioneer days. "Some Aspects of 
Thackeray," by Lewis Melville; Frederic 
Harrison's "Autobiographic Memoirs," a sug- 
gestive retrospect, in two volumes, of prog- 
ress in literature, politics and sociology since 
1831; "Harriet Beecher Stowe," the story of 
her life by her son and grandson; and Mrs. 
Burton Harrison's "Recollections of the 
South" — ^before the war, during the war it- 
self, and of New York society after the war. 
Montrose J. Moses studied "The American 
Dramatist"; Frederic Taber Cooper gave a 
critical analysis of the work of Crawford, 
Herrick, Chambers, Atherton, Churchill, etc, 
in "Some Representative American Story 
Tellers"; "Goethe and His Women Friends," 
in Mary Caroline Crawford's brilliant study 
of the feminine influence in Goethe's work, 
became personal acquaintances to her readers; 
Goldwin Smith's "Reminiscences," edited by 
Arthur Haultain, proved even fuller of in- 
terest than had been expected. Nathan Has- 
kell I>ole, his leading American translator, 
finished his "Life of Lyof N. Tolstoi," a well- 
rounded and sympathetic study; William But- 
ler Yeats put "J. M. Synge and the Ireland 
of His Time" before a very receptive set of 
readers; and Richard Le Gallienne took his 
readers into confidence in his "Loves of the 
Poets." 

Musicians and painters achieved special 
prominence in biography. "My Life," Richard 
Wagner's autobiography, for which the 
world has waited the pleasure of his wife 
for so many years, appeared in two large 
volumes and gave new insight into his heter- 
ogeneous character — mental, musical and hu- 
man. For his centenary. James Huneker wrote 
"Franz Liszt." "The Memoirs of Theodore 
Thomas," by Rose Fay Thomas, his wife, 
were a fine personal appreciation of one of the 
greatest orchestral leaders we have had. 
Great painters were studied in "The Life and 
Works of Winslow Homer," by William H. 
Downes; "John Lafarge, a memoir and a 
story," by Royal Cortissoz; "Great Masters of 
Landscape Painting," by Frangois E. Michel; 
"Schools of Painting," a general review of 
painting, from the first to the eighteenth cen- 
tury, by Mary Innes; and "The Painters of 
Japan," by Arthur Morrison. Rrcpresentative 



leaders in diverse human affairs were studied 
in "The Life Story of J. Pierpont Morgan," 
by Carl Hovey; "Twenty Years In Hull 
House," by Jane Addams; "Serving the Re- 
public: Memoirs of Civil and Military Life," 
by General Nelson A. Miles ; "Diary of Gideon 
Welles," history in three volumes of the great 
Navy Secretary during the Civil War; "Diaz, 
Master of Mexico," by James Creelman; 
"Cecil Rhodes," his private life by his private 
secretary, Philip Jourdan; and "Life and 
Times of Cavour," by William R. Thayer, 
our greatest authority on modern Italian his- 
tory. 

HISTORY. 

Francis Vinton Greene finished the first of 
three volumes on "The Revolutionary War 
and the Policy of the United States," intend- 
ed to cover particularly the military history 
of the United States. Other noteworthy works 
on American history were a history of the 
Pacific coast, based on original sources, 
"California under Spain and Mexico, 1535- 
1847," by Irving Berdine Richman; a docu- 
mentary history in two volumes by F. E. 
Chadwick of "The Relations of the United 
States and Spain: the Spanish- American 
War'; "The Wilderness Trail," by Charles 
A. Hanna, two handsome volumes on the 
adventures of the Pennsylvania traders on 
the Allegheny trail; and a work of reference 
of original merit, "History Made Visible," an 
elaborately colored synchronic chart and 
graphic statistical presentation of United 
States history. Of allied interest was "The 
Soul of the Indian," an interpretation of the 
original inhabitants of America, by Dr. 
Charles Alexander Eastman, himself an Indian. 
Europe was historically treated m "The 
Dawn of Mediterranean Civilization," by 
Angelo Mosso; "The Christian Roman Em- 
pire and the Foimdation of the Teutonic 
Kingdom," the first volume of the Cambridge 
Mediaeval history, prepared by foreign and 
English specialists; "A History of Wales, 
from the Earliest Times to the Edwardian 
Conquest," in two volumes ; "The Danger Zone 
in Europe," by H. C Woods; and "Regilding 
the Crescent," a discussion of the historic 
problems of young Turkey, by Fred. George 
Aflalo. Rudyard Kipling and C. R. L. 
Fletcher wrote an extremely Tory "History 
of England," purporting to be for children, 
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pealing to a certain class of thinking grown- 
ups. 

Among the miscellaneous historical works 
of importance were: "The Interpretation of 
History," by Max Nordau; "The Changing 
Qiinese," by Edward Alsworth Ross, an up- 
to-date and authoritative interpretation, based 
on first-hand observation; "Chinese Story in 
Myth, Legend, Art and Annals," by the 
great specialist on China, William Elliot 
Griffis; "India Under Curzon and After," by 
Loval Eraser; and 'The Persian Revolution 
of 1905-1909," by R G. Browne. 

TRAVEL AND DESCRIPTION. 

As people travel more and more every part 
of the world becomfs written about from 
many points of view every year. Yet nothing 
last year has seemed to stand out as of the 
first importance. Carrie Adell Strahom's "Fif- 
teen Thousand Miles by Stage," a woman's 
experience during 30 years of pioneering from 
the Missouri to the Pacific, was full of new 
matter; "New York," consisting of remark- 
able impressionist photographs by Alvin 
Langdon Cobum and a foreword by H. G. 
Wells, was of interest 

Worthy of note, too, were "With Pack and 
Rifle Through Trackless Labrador," by H. 
Hesketh-Prichard ; "An Unknown People 
In an Unknown Land," an account of the life 
and customs of the Indians of the Paraguayan 
Chaco; "Turkestan," by William Eleroy Cur- 
tis; "The Obvious Orient," by Albert Bush- 
nell Hart; "The Arctic Prairie," by Ernest 
Thompson Seton; "The Voyage of the 'Why 
Not* in the Antarctic," the journal of the sec- 



ond French South Polar expedition, 1908- 
1910, by Jean Charcot; and the wholly amus- 
ing narrative of George Borup, "A Tender- 
foot With Peary," a record of the experiences 
of the Yale member with the Arctic explora- 
tion of Peary. 



POLITICS AND SOCIOLOGY. 

First place should perhaps be given to 
James Bryce's revised new edition of his 
"American Commonwealth," a classic in our 
English-speaking nations. Among the new 
books of importance in economics were: 
"American Railway Problems in the Light of 
European Experience," by Carl Schurz Vroo- 
man; "Public Ownership of Telephones on 
the Continent of Europe," by A. N. Holcomb; 
"The Income Tax," by Edward R. A. Selig- 
man ; and "The Tariff in Our Times," a study 
of fifty years of the doctrine of protection, 
by Ida M. Tarbell. 

The woman unrest— especially in its suffrage 
phases — ^was written of in "The Suffragette: 
the history of the woman's militant suffrage 
movement, 1905-1910," by Sylvia Pankhurst; 
"A Short History of the Progress of Wo- 
man's Rights, from the Days of Augustus to 
the Present Time," by Eugene A. Hecker 
(specially dealing with the United States and 
England); "The Lady: Studies of Certain 
Significant Phases of Her History," by Mrs. 
George Haven Putnam; "What Eight Million 
Women Want," by Mrs. Rita C. Dorr; and 
"Woman and Labor," a keen analysis of the 
revolution in women's status, by Olive 
Schreiner. 



BOOK PRODUCTION. 1911 



AMERICAN. 

The FL'BUSHnts' Weekly has, in the 
"Weekly Record of New Publications/'recorded 
in 1911, 11,123 titles, of which 10,440 were new 
books and 783 new editions. This is a smaller 
total than that of igio, when 13,170 books 
were recorded, of which 11,671 were new, and 
1799 new editions. This falling off of 2347 



titles does not, howerer, argue lack of prot- 
perity among pnblishera and booksellers, but, 
judging from the reports which we snmmir- 
ized editorially some wceka ago, if anything 
the reverse. We suggested in last year's An- 
nual Summary number that the large incmie 
in the general literature class was probiUT 
dne to the numerous literary centenaries cele- 
brated during 1910 and the many special edi- 



RECORD OF AMERICAN BOOK PRODUCTION 



Philosophy 

Religion and Theology 

Sociology and Economics. . . . 

Education 

Philologj- 

Applied Science, Technology, 

Engineering 

Medicine, Hygiene 

AKricnItnre 

Domestic Economy 

Business.. 

Fine Arts 

Games, Sports, Amusements. . 
General Literature, Essays. . . 

Poetry and Drama 

Fiction 

Juvenile Publications 

Geography and Travel 

Biography, Genealogy 

General Cyclopaedias, Generalj 

Works, Bibliographi 

cellancous 



I, His- 



3H9 
180 


li 


S9 


559 


bS 


fiW 


S84 


III 




,190 


M7 


yto 














Kx; 


i» 


206 








<M 


5 
9 


So 



Total j|io,44< 



§ anJrOtMn 



439 J<*: ^59 
3^6, IS 101 

43f, 36 fi6 



Eoflilk 
anilOiMrT 



'4' 



BOOK PRODUCTION, 1911 



tions gotten out in consequence. 1911 shows 
a more normal output in this clus, though 
biography shows a gain of 50 titles over igio. 

Of the whole number of books listed 8183 
were by American authors, 3040 by English 
and other foreign authors, while of this latter 
number 771 were of American manufacture, 
in accordance with the provisions of the copy- 
right law, and 3269 imported. 

The PuBUSHKBs' Weekly received for 
record and annotation 4909 of the books lilted. 
The remaining 6214 were new editions, publi- 
cations imported only in limited numbers and 
not sent for notice, titles reported by pnb- 



the classified table adopted by the Interna- 
tional Congress of Librarians at Brussels, in 
August. 1910. The new table is more detailed 
and exact than the one hitherto used. 

So far as the two tables can be compared, 
ihe increase appears to be distributed evenly 
over all classes of literature. As year-booki 
and pamphlets are now distributed over sub- 
jects, and not counted as separate classes as 
formerly, the exact figures of increases or 
decreases cannot be supplied. The largest 
increases have occurred in the following 
classes: Philosophy and religion, science and 
technology, history and biography, and poetry 



TABLE 01 


BOOK PRODUCTION OF LEADING COUNTRIES— 19OI- 


1910. 








.90. 


.<>». 


.9»S 


.904 


.90s 


1906 


.907 


.908 


.909 


.910 


Gennanv 


25.331 
13.053 

6.<m 


16,906 
".199 

7,381 

'i,6ss 

2,917 
2.499 
7.833 


37,606 

I3,a64 
8.381 

3,ooS 


28.378 
",139 
8,334 

2.739 

3.403 
2.734 
8.291 


j8,886 
13,416 
8,^S« 

3.316 
3,290 


3.249 
3,346 

2,410 
7.139 


30,073 
10,78s 
9,9'4 

9,630 


30,317 
11.073 

6;9i8 

4.2S6 

9.2S4 


31.051 

"3,i8s 

'till 
'■§ 

1,697 

10,901 


. 




I3,6is 
10,804 
6,788 
4,190 

*,S88 
13.470 


Great Britam 

Italy 


SwitierUnd 


1,766 

2,837 
2.613 
8,141 


Belgium 


United States 



Itshers, or taken from the accession cards 
received from the Library of Congress, or 
from any other available source. 



and drama, while it is probable that th^e 
have been slight decreases (omitting year- 
books, etc), in educational and philology, and 
medicine. 



Tbe number of books recorded as having 
been published during tlie year is io,gi4> "< 
increase of 110 on the total for 1910. This is 
the highest total ever recorded for a year*8 
publishing in the United Kingdom. Owing 
to the events of the year, the rate of produc- 
tion has not been so steady as in average 
years, and the monthly totals vary from 673 
in June (the Coronation month) to 1527 (a 
record) in October. The following are the 
tctals for the last ten years and last year: 

YOT. Newbooki. New edition). Totil. 



I90I . 


. +955 . 


. 1,089 . 


. 6,044 








. 7.381 


1903 . 




. 1.682 . 


. 8j8i 






. 1378 . 




1905 ■ 




• Ih43S - 


. &2S2 


igo6 . 


. ft98s . 


. iJiS . 


. 8,603 


JS: 


. 7,701 . 
■ 7.512 . 


■ 2,213 - 

. 2J09 . 


: X 


1909 ■ 






. 10,72s 


1910 . 


. 8468 . 


■. 2,^ : 


. ro^ 


191 1 . 


. 8,530 . 


. 10,914 



This year the statistical analysis of book 
production has been brought into line with 



In reviewing the statistics of book publica- 
tions for igoi-igio, we would state, says Le 





Ger—nr 


Gieil 
Briuio 


f™» 


Unidd 


Fiction 


^1 

a 

"iii; 
1094 


1 

■ilk 

SSd 


I 

liii 
417 
.71S 

15 
';« 

'}' 

464 


r.i 










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layeDilePubUcKioBL 

Pqelry4ndDf»ma"!! 


•041 








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DeKflpttooujTrsve 


3^ 


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Homeliold Science... 


l^lSs;:;;;;; 


49 


UUitan&lcnce 

GMBrslWorlM 


■;;; 



AMERICAN LIBRARY ANNUAL 



Droit d'Auteur* that without being in any 
sense discouraged our ideals for the compila- 
tion of these statistics are still far from real- 
ized. We are convinced that the period of 
general international bibliographical co-opera- 
tion has not yet come; that the period of 
divergent individual national bibliography is 
not yet closed. 

In fact, continues Le Droit d'Auteur, most 
of the imperfections in the statistics of publi- 
cations which we noted as far back as 1888 
continue to-day. There is still no general 
classification replacing the various national 
ones. Only the Americans have made a con- 
cession in this respect. [The Pubushers' 
Weekly adopted last year the international 
decimal classification.] 

The essential division between original 
publications and new editions or reprintings, 
which alone enables a statement of the really 
new book production to be made, is made 
only by the Anglo-Saxon countries, Great 
Britain and the United States. Neither have 
statistics of books classed according to lan- 
guage in countries where two or more lan- 
guages are spoken made any progress. Now, 
as formerly, too, some statistics do not stop 
at national frontiers, but embrace everything 
the world round printed in the chosen linguis- 
tic field. This means a more or less com- 
plete duplication of statistics in two countries 
speaking the same language. The separation 
of translations and particularly of translations 
of foreign works is still to be made. The 
division of works written by native authors 
and by foreign authors writing in the same 
language is also made only in the United 
States. 

Lc Droit d'Auteur proceeds to a detailed 
examination of book statistics of the 1901-1910 
decade. The net results of this examination 
are summed up in the several tables annexed. 

•December 15, 1911. The wording of Le Droit 
d'Auteur is here condensed and somewhat para- 
phrased, j 



Le Droit d'Auteur gives thus the average 
book productions of the four most important 
countries, remembering that the figures in- 
clude indiscriminately new books, translations, 
reprintings, pamphlets, etc., and so hardly 
admit of comparison: 

Average Poxmlation Per Year. 
1886-1890 1891-1900 1901-1910 

Germany iT^ai? 23.228 28.S51 

Prance X3t439 I3t380 12.063 

United States 4f463 5.x8z 9.063 

Great Britain 5*857 6.807 8.825 

For reference there is added a table of the 
book production of some forty-five countries 
and colonies (practically the entire world), 
showing in each case the number of books 
published and of periodicals issued in the 
latest year for which statistics are available: 

Country. Year. Books. Year.Periodic'li 

Algeria 190B 283 

Argentine Republic . . 1900 739 

Australia 1903 i.ooo 

Austria X901 2.050 Z910 3.952 

Belgium 19x0 2,588 1910 z.655 

Brazil 1902 300 

Bulgaria 1897 90 

Canada 1893 450 19x0 z.429 

Cape of Good Hope . . 1900 90 

Ceylon 1909 422 

Chili X89X 400 X896 31' 

China X907 1*3 

Costa-Rica 1903 '* 

Denmark X910 3>305 X9ZO I.413 

Egypt X898 x6o X902 120 

Finland X909 366 

Prance 19x0 xx.266 1908 8.658 

Germany 19x0 3X.28X X9Z0 ZO.017 

Great Britain 19x0 xo.804 Z907 4.329 

Greece z89S 13© 

Haiti Z903 27 

Hawaii Z908 4S 

Holland 19x0 3.777 I90B Z.192 

Hungary X898 x.600 Z904 z.644 

Iceland Z003 2Z2 Z903 40 

India 1895 8,000 Z899 1*000 

Ireland 1902 z8o Z902 30 

Italy Z910 6.788 Z907 3.068 

Japan X909 34.730 Z909 2,727 

Luxemburg X9X0 97 X908 53 

Mexico 1892 300 

Norway 1904 682 Z903 497 

Pardguay Z90B 21 

Persia Z892 xo 

Portugal Z894 ** 

Roumania Z90Z 1.740 Z903 330 

Russia 19x0 29.057 Z9ZO fl.39X 

Servia Z897 80 

Spain X902 x.400 Z900 Z.350 

Sweden 1904 1.474 X9o6 804 

Switzerland X910 4.290 Z909 z,332 

Turkey 1890 900 Z909 380 

United States Z9X0 Z3.470 Z910 22.806 

Uruguay 1906 xio Z906 240 

Venezuela — ^ Z908 237 



114 



REPORT OF THE REGISTER OF COPYRIGHTS. 1910-1911 



The following is a summary of the report 
of Thorvald Solberg, the Register of Copy- 
rights, for the fiscal year igio-tgii: 

The gross receipts during the year were 
$113^1.53. A balance of $^773-7i. repre- 
senting trust fimds and unfinished business, 
was on hand July I, 1911, making a total of 
{120,435.23 to be accounted for. Of this 
amount the sum of ¥3.143-95, received by the 
Copyright Office, was refunded as excess fees 

TABIZ A— STATEUEMT OP CSOSS CASH RECEIPTS. 



Honth 


i$a9-ie 


.„„, 




S,«0.9O 


,7.Mo.M 




^f;E= 


tSS. 

1..(BT.3, 

111 


Sr;;;::::;::,;:::£: 




Toi.1 


..3^«..!j 


..3.M..i» 



or as fees for articles not regiilrable, leav- 
ing a net balance of $117,291.28. The balance 
carried over to July I, 1911, was $7,377-33 
(representing trust funds, 56,512,89, and total 
unfinished business since July I, 1897 — (bur- 
leen years — $864.44), leaving for fees applied 
during the fiscal year 1910^11, $109,913.95. 

This 15 an increase in fees over the previous 
fiscal year of $5,269. 

EXPENDITUBES. 

The appropriation made by Congress for 
salaries in the Copyright Office for the fiscal 
jrear ending June 30, 1911, was $92,900. The 
total expenditure for salaries was $93308-60, 
or $17,105-35 less than the net amoimt of fees 
earned and paid into the Treasury during the 
corresponding year. The expenditure for sup- 
plies, except furniture, including stationery 



and other articles, and postage on foreign 
mail matter, etc.. was $[,007.96. 

During the fourteen fiscal years since the 
reorganization of the Copyright Office (from 
July I, 1897, to June 30, 1911), the toUl re- 
ceipts have exceeded a million dollars ($1,131,- 
013.31} ; the copyright fees applied and paid 
into the Treasury have amounted to more 
than a million dollars ($1,072,981-63) ; the 
articles deposited number more than two and 
one-half millions (2,582,170), and the total 
copyright registration nearly one and a half 
million (1,456301). 

The fees ($1,072,981.65) were larger than 
the appropriations for salaries ($910,076-43) 
used during the same period by $162,903.23. 



TABLE B— «ECOKD OF APPLIED KES. 




••= 


*=* 


=1 


~£ 


i 
















Hi 


Ik 


f- 




S 


Month. 




Sj 


s 


s 




m 


s..- 


^1 


-^ 




S.5i 


S^'^.r 




S! 


3-^ 










*- 


H 


July. 


S6.*9* 


|,r.,» 


I1..S" 


).4«S 


tt^Jt-SO 














t-VA 


131.5= 


IB. JO 


ft) 














9.7i6'.i<. 




'■'" 


S81.00 


36.50 




J.b''" 




7,Dio 


87.0D 


,.,o«6 


.0,159 ,0 
















a,oj6 










Mty.'.'.'."'.', 

lUDC 


i& 


3:1: 






lo.ititxv 


T01.1..., 


101,561 


6.3M.S° 


464,00 


..5.'»B 


■D»,] 79,50 



In addition to this direct profit, a large number 
of the 2,582,170 books, maps, prints and other 
articles deposited during the fourteen years 
were of substantial pecuniary value and of 
such a character that their accession to the 
Library of Congress, through the Copyright 
Office, effected a saving to the purchase fund 
of the Library equal in amotmt to their cost. 



AMERICAN LIBRARY ANNUAL 



COFYUCHT ENTRIES, FEES AM) DEPOSITS. 

The registrations for the fiscal year num- 
bered 115,198. Of these, 101,561 were regis- 
trations at $1 each, including a certificate, and 
12 jog were registrations of photographs with- 
out cenificales, at 50 cents each. There were 
also 928 registrations of renewals at 50 cents 
each. The fees for these registrations atnount- 
ed to a total of $108,379.50. 

The number of registrations in each class 
from July 1, 1910, to June 30, 1911, as com- 
pared with the number of entries made in the 
previous year, is shown in Table £. 

The various articles deposited in compliance 
with the new copyright law, which have been 
registered, stamped, indexed and catalogued 
during the fiscal year, amount to 209,337. 

The copyright act which went into force on 
July I, 1909, provides for the gradual elimi- 



Ve.r 


Gross 

KCliptl 


Vtatlyleej 


"u'n"' 


'.ISS:?!::::::::: - 


iii;s 
ill 
.III 


IS:: 

61.974 i" 

m 

I04.6« fl5 


Hill; 




>f»-i90i 

\»l^' 










jSg:;:::::::;:::::: 
I^iiJ:::::::::::::: 


"9.74" 


»»»9-"' 


;n;tj3 


Total 


'■'i'-°"}- 


...7.,gS. <J 


r.4b6.8o. 



nation of the accumulated copyright deposits. 
These, consisting of books, etc., not drawn up 
into the Library of Congress collections, and 
numbering more than two million articles, 
have been stored in the cellars under the 
Copyright Office, after having been properly 
arranged by class and entry number and in- 
dexed on cards. 

As soon as space in the new stack was avail- 
able for the Copyright Office use, all book 
deposits (some 200,000 volumes) were moved 
from the cellars to deck 36 and arranged for 
convenient scrutiny. Under the direction of 
the Superintendent of the Reading Room, the 
examination of these books was begun on 
or about December I, igio, and is still being 
carried on. All books desired for the use of 



the Library have been so marked, and 20,371 
volumes have been transferred to the Library 
through the Order Division. 

These volumes were, in addition to the 
"first" copies of copyright books sent as re- 
ceived from day to day, numbering 12,903 for 
the fiscal year, thus making a total of 3347J 
books and pamphlets delivered to the Ubrary 
from the Copyright Office. 

The act of March 4, 1909 (sec. 59), provides 
for the transfer to other governmental libra- 
ries in the District of Columbia "for ui* 
therein" of such copyright deposits as are not 
required by the Library of Congress, and dur- 
ing the present fiscal year 6,695 books were 
selected by the librarians and thus transferred. 

It is an interesting question to what extent 
there may be a failure to deposit in the C^iy- 
right Office works upon which coiqrrigbt ■> 
claimed. From time to time inquiries are 
received at the Copyright Office from the Cud 
Section, the Order Division, and the Rcadin( 
Room far books supposed to be copyrighted 
but not found in the Library. From Januatr 
I. 1910, to June 30, 1911. such inquiries weit 
received in relation to 743 different woilcs. 
Upon examination, it was found (bat loi of 
these works were already in the Librai;, and 
the inquiries should not have been made; ijS 
of the books had been deposited and were stiB 
in the Copyright Office; 28 works were either 
not published, did not claim copyright, or for 
other reasons could not be deposited, and in 
the case of 131 works no answers to our let- 
ters of inquiry had been received up to June 
30. 191 1. 



The copyright registrations are indexed upoo 
cards. The cards made are first used as copr 
for the printed catalogue, and after printing 
are added to the permanent card indexes of 
the copyright entries. The temporary cards 
made for the printed indexes, etc, to the 
catalogue (numbering 124,403 during the fe- 
cal year) are eliminated; the remaining caids 
{ 187,832 for the fiscal year) are added to dK 
permanent card indexes, now numbering coo- 
siderably more than two million cards. 

The publication of the Catalogue of Copf 
right Entries has been ccmtinued, as required 
by law. For convenience of search, the wl- 
umes are made to cover the works pnbliihed 
and deposited during the calendar year, rather 



REPORT OF THE REGISTER OF COPYRIGHTS, 1910-1911 



than the fiscal year. Five volumes of the Cat- 
alogue of Copyright Entries were printed dur- 
ing the calendar year 1910, containing a total 
of 7,083 pages, divided into four parts, each 
part of which is sold separately at a nominal 
subscription rate within the maximum price 
established by law, as follows: 

Part I., Books, pamphlets, dramatic compo- 
sitions, and maps (two vols.), $1; Fart n., 
Periodicals, 50 cents; Part ni.. Musical com- 
positions (a very bulky volume), $1; Part iv.. 
Prints, including chromos and lithographs, 
photographs, and the descriptions of original 
works of art — paintings, drawings, and sculp- 
ture, 50 cents. The subscriptions by express 
provisions of the copyright act, are required 
to be paid to the Superintendent of Documents 
(office of the Public Printer, Washington, 

TABLE D— SUMMARY OF COPYRIGHT BUSINESS. 

Balance on hand July z , 19x0 $6,773. 7^ 

Grots receipts July z, zpio to June 
30, Z9Z0 zz3,66z.5a 

Total to be accounted for 190,435.33 

Refunded 3,143 95 

Balance to be accounted for |zz7,«9z.a8 

Applied as earned fees 109,9x3*95 

Balance carried over to 

July z, Z9zz: 

Trust funds |6,5i 9.89 

Unfinished business 

July 1, Z897 to June 

30, 191 z, fourteen 

years 864.44 

7.37733 

zi7,a9z.98 



Total fees earned and paid into the Treasury 
during the fourteen fiscal years from July i, 
1897, to June 30, Z91 z z,o7a,98z .65 

Total unfinished business for the fourteen 
years 864.44 

FEES. 

Fees for registration including cer- 
tificates at $1 each |zox,s6z.oo 

Fees for registration of photo- 
graphs wiUiout certificates at 
50 cents each 6,354.50 

Fees for registration of renewals at 
50 cents each 464.00 



Total fees for registration recorded 108,379.50 

Fees for certified copies of record 
at 50 cents each 

Fees for recording assignments. . . . 

Searches made and charged for at 
rate of 50 cents for each hour of 
time consumed 

Notices of user recorded 

Indexing transfers of proprietor- 
ship 



364.00 
9Z0.00 



z3a.oo 

6375 



64.70 



x»534.45 



Total fees 109,9x3.95 



ENTRIES. 

Number of copyright registrations. 
Number of renewals recorded 



zz4 370 
938 



Total number of entries recorded. 



zz5,i98 



Number of certified copies of record 

Number of assignments recorded or copied . . . 



788 
738 



TABLE E. 

TABLE OF REGISTRATIONS MADE DURING THE HS- 

CAL YEARS I905-6, I906-7, I907-8, I9O&-9, 

1909-10, AND I9IO-II, ARRANGED BY 

CLASSES. 

Under Old Low, 



1905-6 



A. Books: 

(a) Books (vols.) 
and pamphlets 

(i) Booklets, leaf- 
lets, circulars, 
cards 

(c) Newspaper and 
magazine arti- 
cles 

Total 

B. Periodicals (num- 

bers) 

C. Musical composi- 

D. Draniatic compo- 

sitions 

E. Maps and charts.. 

F. Engravings, cuts, 

and prints 

G. Chromos and lith- 

ographs 

H . Photographs . . . 

I. Fine arts: Paint- 
ings, drawings 
and sculpture. 

Grand total 



X906-7 



X5i504 
41567 
9,X90 



39,361 

a3t«63 

a6,435 

X.879 
x,673 

10,946 

3i47i 
Z7,369 

3,608 



z 17,704 



z6,65Z 

sags 

9*033 



Z907-8 



1908-9 



30,879 
33,078 
31.40X 

3,1X4 

1.578 

«ai35o 

ai733 
tSi836 

3.860 



z 33,839 



3o,z9z 

aa,409 

•8,437 

8,383 
9,150 

zo,863 

».734 
16,704 

3.883 



39»533 
3i,z9S 
36,306 

a.937 
1.949 

XI.474 

3,899 
16,764 

4.074 



zz9,743 



X30,Z3I 



Under New Law. 



A. Books(including pamphlets, leaflets, 

and contributions to periodicals): 

(a) Printed in the United States 

(6) Printed abroad in a foreign lan- 
guage 

(c) English books registered for ad 
interim copyright 

Total 

B. Periodicals (numbers) 

C. Lectures, sermons, addresses 

D. Dramatic or dramatico - musical 

compositions 

E. Musical compositions 

F. Maps 

G. Works of art ; models or designs. . . 

H . Reproductions of works of art 

I. Drawingsorplasticworksofascien- 

tific or tecnnical character 

J. Photographs 

K. Prints and pictorial illustrations.. 
Renewals 

Total 



1909-Z0 



33,zz5 
X.35X 



•74 



«4.740 

3z,6o8 
Z17 

3.9" 

>4.345 

3,6a3 

4,383 
75* 

3x7 

X3.348 

zz,985 

X.007 



zozo-iz 



34,840 

X.707 

4«3 



36,970 

93.193 
xoa 

3.4»S 
95.595 

9,3x8 

3-355 

33» 

33a 

14 469 

14,969 

938 



109,074 



115.198 



D. C), and all subscriptions must be for the 
complete year for each part The price for the 
entire catalogue for the year is $3. 

The considerable deposit of foreign books 
made under the operation of the present copy- 
right law adds a new element of value to the 
Catalogue of Copyright Books. A number of 
the current books and dramas printed and 
published in the leading countries of Europe 
are included, and it is believed librarians and 



117 



AMERICAN LIBRARY ANNUAL 



others will appreciate the opportunity offered 
for receiving prompt bibliographical informa- 
tion concerning these works. 

The greater part of the business of the 
Cop3rright Office is done by correspondence. 
The total letters and parcels received during 
the fiscal year numbered 137,000, while the 
letters, certificates, parcels, etc., dispatched, 
numbered 136,800. Letters received transmit- 
ting remittances numbered 42,372, including 
money orders to the number of 27,905. During 
the last fourteen fiscal years the money orders 
received numbered 344479. 



LEGISLATION. 

Three copyright bills were introduced during 
the fiscal year. The first was presented by 
Senator Lodge on February 2, 191 1, and pro- 
poses to strike out from section 15 of the copy- 
right act of March 4, 1909, the words "except 
where in either case the subjects represented 
are located in a foreign country, and illustrate 
a scientific work or reproduce a work of art," 
thus eliminating this exception to the manu- 
facturing requirements, in the case of litho- 
graphs or photo-engravings. Hon. Phillip P. 
Campbell, of Kansas, reintroduced his bill pro- 
viding for the suspension of protection when 
any patent or copyright was owned, used, or 
leased by any trust or monopoly. The Hon. 
George W. Gordon, of Tennessee, reintroduced 
his former bill to provide specific damages in 
the case of infringement of copyright. These 
bills were referred to the Committee on Pat- 
ents, but no further action was taken. 

The opinion of the Attorney-General on the 
correct interpretation of the act of 1909, as 
well as decisions of the Treasury Department 
in regard to importations, may be found else- 
where. 

Only two judicial decisions have been ren- 
dered thus far interpreting and construing 
the new copyright statute. In the first, the 
case of Green vs. Luby (Dec. 21, 1909), the 
main questions considered were the meaning 
of the new designation, "dramatico-musical 
composition," and the effect of an error in 
the classification of the work upon the valid- 
ity of the copyright claimed in it. 

In the second, the case of the White-Smith 
Publishing Co. vs. Goff (Aug. 5, 1910), the 
question considered was the right of a pro- 
prietor to renewal of copyright. (Publishers' 
Weekly, v. 80, pp. 42, 2574.) 



international copyright relations 

The Berlin International Copyright Conven- 
tion (signed November 13, 1908) went into 
effect on September 9, 1910, and has been 
ratified by the following countries: Belgium, 
France, (Germany, Haiti, Japan, Liberia, Lux- 
emburg, Monaco, Norway, Portugal, Spain, 
Switzerland, and Tunis. These countries are 
all members of the International Copyright 
Union. In addition, the following countries 
are also members of the Union by reason of 
their ratification of the former international 
conventions (Berne, 1886; Paris, 1896) : Den- 
mark, Great Britain, Italy, and Sweden. The 
United States is not a member of this Union, 
because the manufacturing requirements of our 
copyright statute are contrary to the principles 
of the Union. 

These ratifications of the new Berlin text 
of the international convention are neverthe- 
less of direct interest and practical importance 
to the United States, because such ratification 
implies acceptance of article 13 of the con- 
vention, which grants to authors of musical 
works the exclusive right to authorize (i) 
the adaptation of these works to instruments 
ser\'ing to reproduce them mechanically, and 
(2) the public performance of such works by 
means of these instruments. Acceptance of 
article 13 of the Berlin convention would 
imply, in the case of any country with which 
the United States has established general 
copyright relations, when followed by corre- 
sponding domestic legislation, sufficient foun- 
dation for a claim that such country grants 
to citizens of the United States the "similar 
rights'* specified in section i (c) of the copy- 
right act of March 4, 1909, and a request for 
the assurance of reciprocal protection in the 
United States. Upon this ground a proclama- 
tion by the President of the United States was 
issued on December 8, 1910, declaring the sub- 
jects of the German Empire entitled to all 
the benefits of section i (e), including copy- 
right controlling the parts of instruments 
serving to reproduce mechanically the musical 
work. Similar proclamations were issued on 
June 14. 191 1, in behalf of Belgium, Luxem- 
burg and Norway. 

The Berlin International Copyright Conven- 
tion was ratified by France on September 2, 
1910, and foreign authors belonging to any 
nation having ratified that convention are pro- 
tected in France against the unauthorized re- 
production of their musical works by means 



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of mechanical musical instruments. But as 
the United States is not a member of the 
International Copyright Union, citizens of this 
country fall under the provisions of the do- 
mestic law of France of May i6, 1866, which 
declares that the making and selling of in- 
struments serving to mechanically reproduce 
musical tunes does not constitute infringe- 
ment. The abrogation of this law is under 
consideration in France. 

General reciprocal copyright relations were 
also established with Sweden, to go into effect 
on June i, 191 1, by presidential proclamation 
issued May 26, 191 1. The copyright relations 
with Sweden, however, do not include pro- 
tection against unauthorized reproduction of 
music by means of mechanical musical instru- 
ments. 

On August II, 1910, the eight representa- 
tives of the United States to the Fourth In- 
ternational Conference of American States 
(Henr>' White, Enoch H. Crowder, Lewis 



Nixon, John Bassett Moore, Bernard Moses, 
Lamar C. Quintero, Paul S. Reinsch, David 
Kinley) signed at Buenos Aires the "Conven- 
tion concerning literary and artistic copyright." 
The convention was also signed by the dele- 
gates of the Argentine Republic, Brazil, Chile, 
Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Re- 
public, Ecuador, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, 
Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, 
Salvador, Uruguay, and Venezuela. It was 
sent by the President to the Senate on Jan- 
uary 26, 1911, for advice and consent to rati- 
fication; was read the first time and referred 
to the Committee on Foreign Relations on the 
same day, and its ratification was approved by 
the Senate on February 15, 1911. Up to this 
time, however, the convention has not been 
ratified and proclaimed by the President. It 
is the most important international copyright 
agreement to which the United States has 
consented. 



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COPYRIGHT CASES. 1911 

The following schedule ^ continuing the chronological table for previous years in Bowker'i 
** Copyright ^ gives leading Atnerican copyright cases decided or recorded in igii. Cases oftninor 
importance, settling no princtple, but dealing only tuith details of procedure or applying settled 
principle to specific cases, are not covered. The schedule covers the name of the courts the name of 
the judge presiding or giving the opinion, reference to the law report ^ if the case is reported, or 
to the PUBLISHERS' WEEKLY report, and also a condensed statefnent of the points decided, 
with page reference to the PUBUSHERS' WEEKLY report, 

Bisel V. Bender. U. S. C. C. J. Ray. 190 F. R. 205. P. W. 80:2574 (D. 30, »n). 

Declining to vacate injunction based on similarity of arrangement and treatment, and on common errors. 

Da Prato Statuary Co. v, U. S. C. C. J. Willard. 189 F. R. 90. P. W. 80:2574 (D. 30, »ii). 
Giuliani Statuary Co. 

Copyright of trade catalog and illustrations therein protected by restraining use of x8 copyrighted illustrations. 

De Jonge v, U. S. C. C. J. McPherson. 182 F. R. 150. P. W. 80:42 (Jl. r, 'ii). 
Breuker & Kessler (1910). 

Artistic designs for cover paper copvrightable. Separable designs must have separate copyright notices 
Subject cannot be protected ooth under copyright and trade-mark acts. 

Harper v, Kalem. U. S. Sup. Ct. Justice Holmes. P. W. 80:2020 (N. 18, 'ir). 

Moving pictures based on scenes of copyrighted book, "Ben Hur," infringe copyright or reserved right of 
dramatization. 

Park & Pollard v, U. S. C. C. J. Philips. 181 F. R. 431. P. W. 80:42 (Jl. i, »n). 
Kellerstrass (1910). 

Whole work enjoined where infringing parts were inseparable. 

Shepard v. Taylor. U. S. C. C. J. Hazel. 185 F. R. 941. P. W. 8ou|i (Jl. i, Ml). 
Common errors prima Jacie proof of infringement. 

Straus V. Amer. Pub. Assoc. U. S. C. C. J. Lacombe. P. W. 80:2440 (D. 9, '11). 

Claim as to copyright books under anti-monopoly law dismissed as res adj'udicata in State oonrts unleis 
otherwise determined by U. S. Supreme Court. 

West Pub. Co. V. U. S. C. C. App. J. Ward. 176 F. R. 833. P. W. 79:1707 (Ap. 15, 'll). 
Thompson Co. (1910). 

One copyright notice sufficient to cover earlier copyrights of parts. I«ist made to run down cases permissible 
but extensive copying from digest an infringement. Damages adjusted outside of court, X9XZ. 

White V, Bender. U. S. C. C. J. Ray. 185 F. R. 921. P. W. 80:41 (Jl. i, '11). 
Citations may be utilized for verification, but bodily transfer is infringement. 

White-Smith v. Goff (1910). U. S. C. C. J. Brown. 180 F. R. 256. P. W. 80:42 (Jl. 1, »ii). 

Renewal personal to author or heirs only. Question raised as to possible exception of work assigned bd^ore 
publication. 

White-Smith v. Goff. U. S. C. C. App. J. Putnam. P. W. 80:2574 (D. 30, Mi). 
Affirming, with historical summary of law and practice, decision of lower court. 



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THE "BEST SELLERS OF 1911" 



THE "bookman's" LIST. 



In the matter of "the best selling books" 
as studied in The Bookman lists the year 191 1 
may be said to have come in in petticoats, says 
that magazine's current issue. Turn to The 
Bookman for last January, and among the 
six most popular books there reported you 
^ill find that the first, second, third and sixth 
wtte written by women. These were respec- 
tively Mrs. Barclay's **The Rosary" with 178 
points, Mrs. Thurston's "Max" with 150 
points, Mrs. Barclay's "The Mistress of Shcn- 
stonc" with 127 points, and Miss Abbott's 
"Molly Make- Believe" with 99 points. Fourth 
and fifth places in the January liste were held 
by Meredith Nicholson's "The Siege of the 
Seven Suitors" and Stewart Edward White's 
"The Rules of the Game." Mrs. Barclay's 
exceedingly vital tale was again the leader 
for February with a point total of 298. In 
this month the motto of "Best Sellers by 
Women" was even more flaunting. "Molly 
Make-Believe" was second, "Max," third ; Mary 
E. Waller's "Flamsted Quarries," fifth, and 
"Mary Gary," sixth. Mr. Stewart Edward 
White was the only masculine intruder. Per- 
haps the fact that at the time he happened to 
be hunting lions in Africa may have been 
partly responsible for his temerity 

Again in March "The Rosary" was the 
leader, this time with 230 points, 36 points 
above its nearest competitor, "MolJy Make- 
Believe." The men novelists seemed to be 
acquiring new courage, for Mr. Emerson 
Hough's "The Purchase Price" was third, the 
highest position so far held in the year by a 
man's book. In explanatory extenuation it 
must be said that Mr. Hough's story was over 
100 points below Miss Abbott's book. "The 
Mistress of Shenstone" was fourth, "The 
Rules of the Game" fifth, and a newcomer, 
"The Golden Silence," sixth. In April, for the 
first time since December, 1910, "The Rosary" 
was not in first place. That its popularity was 
far from going to pieces, however, was appar- 



ent by the fact that it held second position 
with the respectable total of 185 points. 
Twelve points above it was "Molly Make- 
Believe." Sixth was "Mary Gary." The other 
three books were masculine newcomers, Gas- 
ton Leroux's "The Phantom of the Opera," 
third, with 138 points; Thomas Dixon's 'The 
Root of Evil," fourth, with 116 points, and 
Jeffery Farnol's "The Broad Highway," des- 
tined to have rather an enduring success, fifth, 
with 96 points. 

In May, for the first time during the year, 
a man's book was the leader, Mr. Farnol's 
"The Broad Highway" having taken first 
place with 191 points as against 154 points for 
"Molly Make-Belicve." "The Prodigal Judge," 
by Vaughan Kester, who was to enjoy the 
success of his book for so short a time, was 
third, with in points, and "The Rosary"— its 
last appearance in the lists — fourth, with 105 
points. "The Root of Evil" and "The Phan- 
tom of the Opera" were fifth and sixth. In 
June "The Prodigal Judge," with 279 points, 
was the leader, with "The Broad Highway" 
second, with 210 points. David Graham Phil- 
lips's posthumous book, "The Grain of Dust," 
was third, with 170 points; "The Golden Si- 
lence," by Mr. and Mrs. Williamson, fourth; 
"Molly Make Believe," fifth, and the much 
discussed "Marie Claire " sixth. In July again 
"The Prodigal Judge" was first, and again 
"The Broad Highway" was second. These 
books had respectively 240 and 224 points. In 
this month the other contenders made an ex- 
ceedingly poor showing. "Miss Gibbie Gault," 
which occupied third place, totalling only 93 
points. "The Golden Silence" was fourth; 
Mr. Harrison's "Queed," a book destined to 
be heard of again, fifth, and "The Grain of 
Dust," sixth. 

The high point record for 191 1 was achieved 
in the August issue, when Miss Mary John- 
ston's "The Long Roll" took the lead with 
311 points. In second and third places, sepa- 
rated by only two points, were "The Prodigal 
Judge" and "The Broad Highway." "Miss 



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Gibbie Gault" was fourth. "Queed," occupy- 
ing the same position that it did the preceding 
month, bad made a gain of 32 points. In 
sixth place was Miss Ellen Glasgow's "The 
Miller of Old Church." In September the 
race among the leaders was a dose one. "The 
Long Roll" was first with 271 points, and "The 
Prodigal Judge," second, with 217 points. 
"Queed," running strongly, had crept up to 
tliiid place and was only four points behind 
"The Prodigal Judge." Although "The Broad 
Highway" had dropped back to fourth place it 
totalled the same number of points that it had 
ill August "Miss Gibbie Gault" was fifth 
and "The Miller of Old Church," sixth. By 
October "Queed" had taken the lead with 243 
points, while "The Long Roll" had dropped 
from first to sixth place. For the third con- 
secutive month "The Prodigal Judge" was 
second. For third and fourth places there was 
a tie between two books making their first 
appearances in the list, Mr. Wright's "The 
Winning of Barbara Wonh" and Mr. Beach's 
"The Ne'er-Do-Well." Another newcomer, 
Mr. Locke's "The Glory of Oementina," was 
fifth. 

From the feminine point of view October 
and November were the least satisfactory 
months of 1911. In October Miss Johnston's 
"The Long Roll" was sixth. In November it 
was a little better, for Margaret Deland's 
"The Iron Woman" was fifth. The November 
leader was "The Winning of Barbara Worth," 
which, with 394 points, reached the second 
highest total of the year. Only 32 points 
below it was Mr. Chambers's "The Common 
Law," which in turn had a 33 point lead over 
"The Ne'er-Do-Wcll." "The Harvester" was 
fourth, and "Queed," the leader for the pre- 
ceding month, sixth. The last month of the 
year showed for the seventh time a woman's 
bock in the first position. This was "The 
Iron Woman," which, with z6o points, had a 
39-point margin over "The Winning of Bar- 
bara Worth." December brought no new con- 
tender into the list. "The Harvester" was 
third, with 196 points; "Queed," fourth, with 
132 points; "The Ne'er-Eto-Well," fifth, with 
112 points, and "The Common Law," sixth, 
with 100 points. 



I. The Ro5iry 

a. Max 

3. The Uiitreu of Sheniton 

4. The Siege of the Seven I 
;. The Rulei of Che Game.. 
6. MoIIt Make-Believe .... 



1. The Rof»ry »9« 

2. Mollr Hike-Believe 165 

3. Hu loS 

4. The Rulei of Uie Game 94 

s. Flimtted Qaariiea 91 

6. Uai7 Carr Ss 

I. The Routt lio 

1. Molly Uake-Bclieve 194 

3. The Purchale Price 0| 

4. The MiMreu of ShcDitone M 

;. The Rulea of the Guoe 6a 

6. The GoldcD Web 5* 

I. Molly Hake-Believe IM 

a. The Roury iSj 

3. The Phantom of the Opera isl 



. The Broad Highwajr.. 
:. Mollr Make-Bcliere .. 
. The Prodigal Judsc.. 

. The Hoiaiv 

,. The Root of Evil.... 



. The Prodigal Judge.. 
. The Broiif Hiidiwar. 
I. The Gr^iD of Duit. .. 



. The Prodigal Jadge.. 

,. Th, BroafHiBhuf— 
9 Gihbie Quih 



ite'.v 

.. The Goldeo Silence. . 



n of Dual » 



3. The BcMd Highwajr 

4. Miai Gibbie Gault 

i'. The MiilVr'of'OId'Chiirdi.'.' 



SirriMiia. 

The Lena Roll *ri 

The Prodigal Judge aif 



id Highway 

>hie Suit 

ler of Old Church.. 



, fne Prodigal Judie 

J The Ni'er-Do-Will 

I- 1 The Winning of Barbara Worth.. 

. The Glory of Qementioa 

. The Long Roll 

. The Broad Highway 



I. The Winni 

l. The Harvt_._ .. 

I: ThrNe'er-Do-wVli 



™Ba'r'bn' Worth'! 



THE "BEST SELLERS OF 1911" 



Six Timtt Utntioiud. 

MoUy Make-Believe, The Broad Highway. 
The Prodigal Judge. 



The Long Roll 

Tkrt* Timtt Mntiontd. 

The Rules of the Game, Miu Gibbie Gault, 
The Winning of Barbara Worth, The Nc'cr- 
Do-Well. 

rua'M Utntiontd. 

Max, The Mistress of Shenstone, Mary 
Gary, The Phantom of the Opera, The Root 
of Evil, The Grain of Dust, The Golden Si- 
lence, The Miller of Old Church, The Com- 
mon Law, The Harvester, The Iron Woman. 
Que* UintiOHtd. 

The Siege of the Seven Suitors, Flamsted 
Quarries, The Purchase Price, The Golden 
Web, Marie Oaire, The Glory of Qementina. 

In the list for 1911 twenty-seven hooks were 
represented as against thirty-two for 1910, 
twenty-nine for igog, thirty-six for 1908, thirty 
for 1907, thirty for 1906, twenty-nine for 1903, 
thirty-one for 1904, thirty-two for 1903, twenty- 
eight for igo2, twenty-nine for 1 901, and 
twenty-nine for 190a 1911 showed the fewest 
number of books represented since we have 
been compiling these records, nine less appear- 
ing than in 1908, when the highwater mark of 
thirty-six was reached. None of the books in 
the igii lists was published anonymously, and 
there was but one which was the result of 
collaboration. As a matter of fact it is sev- 
eral years since Mr. and Mrs. Williamson 
have not provided one such book. Including 
this American wife and English husband, 
twenty-eigbt authors were represented, and of 
these twelve were women. In addition women 
held first place in seven out of twelve months, 
and second place in five months. 

THE PUBLISHERS' WEEKLY'S CON- 
SENSUS. 
A Consensus of the Twenty "BasT Sbllkm" 
IN Each or the Thkee Classes — Adult 
Fiction, Adult Non-Fiction, and Juveniles. 

adult fiction. 
The Broad Highway. FamoL (.Little, 

Brovm) 704 

The Prodigal Judge. Kester. (Bobbt- 

MgrriJl) 662 



The Winning of Barbara Worth. Wright. 

.{Book Supply) 64S 

Queed. Harrison. (Hougkton Miffiin).... 600 
The Harvester. Porter, iDovbltday, 

Page) 488 

The Iron Woman. Deland. iHarptr).... 449 
The Long Roll. Johnston. {Houghton 

MiMin) 435 

Molly Make-BcUeve. Abbott (Crntury) . . 413 

The Rosary. Barclay. (fKhwrn) 399 

The Ne'er-Do- Well. Beach. {Harper) . . 301 
The Common Law. Chambers. (AppUlon) 366 
Miss Gibbie Gault Bosher. {Harper).. 206 
The Golden Silence. Williamson. {Double- 
day, Page) 144 

The Grain of Dust Phillips. {AppUlon). 143 
The Phantom of the Opera. Leroux. 

{BobbS'Merriil) 119 

The Following of the Star. Barclay. .{Put- 
nam) 116 

Marie Claire. Audoux. {Doran) 115 

Mary Gary. Bosher. {Harper) 109 

The Root of Evil. Dixon. {Doubleday, 

Page) 107 

The Glory of Clementina. Locke. {Lane) 95 
ADULT NON-FICTION. 

How to Live on 24 Hours a Day. Bennett. 

{Doran) 289 

West in the East Collier. {Scribner) .... 370 

Woman and Labor. Schreiner. {Stokes). 219 

Blue Bird. Maeterlinck. {Dodd, Mead) . . 194 
Practical Flower Garden. Ely. {Mac- 

millan) 162 

Mental Efficiency. Bennett {Doran) 158 

Three Plays by Brieux. {Brentano's) 95 

The Piper. Peabody. {Houghton MMin) 93 
The Corsican. Napoleon I. {Houghton 

Mifflin) 76 

Twenty Years at Hull House. Addams. 

{Macmtllan) 75 

Love and Marriage. Key. {Putnam).... 71 

Human Machine. Bennett. {Doran) 6S 

The Cabm. White. {Doubleday, Page) ... 66 
Principles of Scientific Management Tay- 
lor. {Harper) 66 

Souls in Action. Begbie. {Doran) 55 

A Tenderfoot with Peary. Borup. {Stoket) 54 

Creative Evolution. Bergson. {Holt) 53 

Cruise of the Snark. London. {Macmtllan) 53 

My U£e. Wagner. {Dodd, Mead) 52 



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JUVENILES. 

Rolf in the Woods. Seton. (Doubleday, 
Page)..,, 238 

Mary Ware in Texas. Johnston. (Page). 197 

Motor Boys Series. Young. (Cup pies & 
Leon) 168 

The Story Girl. Montgomery. (Page) 155 

Rover Boys Series. Stratemcyer. (Grosset 
S'D.) 145 

Betty Wales Series. Warde. (Penn) 119 

Boy Scouts of America. Setcn. (Double- 
day, Page) 96 

The Sea Fairies. Baum. (Reilly & Britton) 84 

Dave Porter Series. Stratemeyer. (Loth- 
rop, L.&S.) 84 



Boy Scouts of Birch Island. Holland. 

(Lippincott) 76 

Patty Series. Wells. (Dodd, Mead) 73 

For Yardley. Barbour. (Appleton) 72 

The Emerald City of Oz. Baum. (Reilly 

^B.) 72 

The Young Pitcher. Grey. (Harper) 65 

Team Mates. Barbour. (Century) 59 

The Slant Book. Newell. (Harper) 52 

Winning His "Y". Barbour. (Appleton).. 45 

Peter Rabbit Series. Potter. (Wame) 43 

Boys' Book of Model Aeroplanes. Collins. 

(Century Co.) 43 

Little Colonel Scries. Johnston. (Page).. 38 



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the latest catalogues of upward of 200 
American publishers, arranged alphabetic- 
ally by the firm-names, with smaller lists, 
fully indexed, in the front of the volume. 298 
Broadway, N. Y., large 8vo, cloth, $2. 

American Catalog Series. 298 Broadway, N. Y. 
Bibliographical record since 1876. Vols, 
covering 1876-1895. o. p. 1895-1900, $15; 
1900-1904 pts. I, 2 ea., $7.50; 1905-1907 
pt. I, $7.50; pt. 2, $6; 1908-1910, $10. 



United States Cataloff. An index (by author, 
title, and subject; to books in print, ist 
ed. 1899; 2d. i90o-'o2, supplement, 1902-05; 
3d. ed. Books in print, 191 x, in prepaiatioiL 
H. W. Wilson Co. , Minneapolis, Minn, ist ed^ 
$12.50; 2d ed., $15; supplement, $12.50; 
3d ed., $36. 

Cumulative Book Index. A bi-monthly index, 
cumulated through the year, of all U. S. 
publications. H. W. \^lson Co., Minne- 
apolis, Minn. $6. 

Book Review Digest A monthly index, with 
frequent cumulations, of the reviews of cur- 
rent publications, quoting and summariang 
significant comments. H. W. ^^^Ison Co., 
Minneapolis, Minn. $5. 

American Educational List A price-list of 
the text-books in use in the U. S., ammged 
alphabetically by authors and a subject- 
index. Issued annually. 298 Broadway, N.Y. 
Svo.leatherette, 50 c. 

Directory of Publishers. Contains names and 
addresses of 3789 firms and individuals who 
issued books in the U. S. from January i, 
1908 to December 31, 19x0. (Reprinted 
from The American Catalog.) 8vo, leather- 
ette, red edges, $1. 

American Book Prices Current An annual 
indexed record of the prices obtained attll 
the more important book auction sales of 
the year. Dodd & Livingston, Fourth Ave. 

. & 30th St, N.Y. $6. 

The Reader. A monthly guide to recent publicft* 
rions. 12 mo. 118 £. 28th St N. Y. 



MISCELLANEOUS 

American Printer. Monthly, 25 City Hall PL, 
N.Y. $2. 

Author. Monthly, x8o-6 Washington St, Bos- 
ton, Mass. $1. 

Bookman. Monthly, an illustrated journal of 
literature and life. Dodd, Mead & CX 
New York. $2.50. 

Book News Montiily. Monthly, Z3th & Matket 
Sts., Philadelplua. $1. 

Dial, a semi-monthly journal of literary critidia, 
discussion, and iniformation, 4x0 S. Michigm 
Ave., Chicago. $2. 

Editor and Publisher (1905), 17 Park Row, N. Y. 

$1. 

Fourth Estate, ** a weekly newspwer for newspaper 
men." Weekly (1894), 105 W. aoHl St, N. Y, 
$2. 

Inland Printer. Monthly, 120-130 Sherman Sti 
Chicago. $3. 



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PERIODICALS 



Ihtematloiuil Printer. Monthly, 210 Lippincott 
Bldg., Philadelphia. $2. 

Uttniy Digest Weekly, 44-60 E. 23d St., 
N. Y. $3. 

Kfttion. Weekly, P. O. Box 794, N. Y. $3. 

Hew York Times Weekly Review of Books. 
Literary section of the New York Times, 
$2.50. 

PnUishers' Guide. Monthly, 150 Nassau St.. 
N. Y. $2. 

Ptindng Art University Press. Monthly, Cam- 
bridge, Mass. $5. 

Editor. Monthly, Ridgewood, N. J. $1. 

Writer. Monthly, 282 Washington St., Boston, 
Mass. $1. 



CANADA 

BOOK TRADE PERIODICALS 

Ctiiidian Bookseller & Stationer. Monthly, 
Toronto, Can. $1. 



GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND 



UBRARY PERIODICALS 

lihniisn. Monthly (1910), 23 Ludgate Hill, 
London, E. C. 6/6. 

Uttaiy (1889), a quarterly review of bib- 
liography and library lore, 32 George St., 
London, W. 10/6. 

libraiy Assistant Monthly (1898), the official 
organ of the Library Assistants' Associa- 
tion, Croydon. 4s. 

library Association Record (1890), a monthly 
magazine of librarianship and bibliography, 
organ of the Library Association of the United 
Kingdom, 24 Bloomsbury Sq., London, W. C. 
2s per copy. 

libraxy Worid (1898) monthly, a medium of in- 
tercommunication for Librarians, 60 Wilson 
St., London, E. C« 7s. 

LeaWiarlann (An), (1905), journal of Cumalann 
na Leabharlann, Browne & Nolan, Nassau 
St., Dublin. 



BOOK TRADE PERIODICALS 

Book Montiily; an illustrated record, guide, 
and magazine for bookbuyers, readers, and 
writers, for booksellers, librarians, and pub- 
lishers. 14 Tavistock St, London, W. C. ts. 



Publishers' Circular and booksellers' record. A 
weekly newspaper of book trade news, ip 
Adam St., Adelphl, London, W. C. 105 6/. 
foreign 135. (d- 

Book Auction Records (Karslake & Co.). Quar- 
terly, 35 Pond St., Hampstead, N. W., 
London, £1 is. 

Bookseller. Weekly, 12 Warwick Lane, Pater- 
noster Row, E. C, London. 8/6. 

Clique. Weekly (list of books wanted and for 
sale). 30 Rivercourt Road, London, W. 
6/6. 

Newsagent & Booksellers' Review. Weekly, 
Exeter House, Exeter St., W. C, London, 

5/9. 

Publisher and Bookseller. Weekly, 37 South- 
hampton St., W. C, London. 8/8. 

English Catalogue of Books. Yearly, 19 Adam 
St., Adelphi, W. C, London. 6s. v. i, 1835- 
1862, 4ss.; V. 2, 1863-1871, 30S.; V. 3, 1872- 
1880, 42s.; V. 4, 1881-1889, 52s. 6d.; V. 5, 
1890-1897, 84s.; V. 6, 1898-1900, 30s.; V. 7, 
1901-1905, 73s. 6d.; V. 8, 1906-1910, 84s. 

Book-Prices Current Quarterly, record of auc- 
tion prices, 62 Paternoster Row, E. C, Lon- 
don. £1 5/6. 



MISCELLANEOUS 

Academy and Literature. Weekly, 63 Lincoln's 
Inn Fields, W. C, London. 1 7s. 

Atheneum. A weekly journal of English and 
foreign literature, science, the fine arts, 
music and drama. Bream's BIdgs., Chan- 
cery Lane, E. C, London, i8s. per year. 

Author. Journal of English Society of Authors, 
Inc. Monthly, 10 Bouverie St., E. C, 
London. 6/6. 

Bibliophile. Monthly, Thanet House, Strand, 
W. C, London. 9s. 

Bookman. Monthly, St. Paul's House, Warwick 
Sq., E. C, London. 

Book Monthly. Weekly, Simpkin, 4 Stationers' 
Hall Ct, E. C, London. 6s. 

Carton Magazinei and British Stationer. 
Monthly, a progressive representative of the 
Graphic arts. 1 19 Finsbury Pavement, E. C, 
London. 7/6. 

Connoisseur: magazine for collectors, Ltd. 
Monthly, 95 Temple Chambers, Temple 
Ave., E. C, London, is net. 

Ez-Libris Society, Journal of the. Monthly, 
(A. & C. Black), 4 Soho Sq., London, w. 

2 IS. 



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AMERICAN LIBRARY ANNUAL 



Irish Book Lover. Monthly, Irish literature, 
bibliography and topography. (Whyte & 
Salmond), Manor House, Kensal Green, 
London, W. 2s. 

Literary World. Monthly, 13 Fleet St., E. C. 
London, 4s. 



FRANCE 



LIBRARY PERIODICALS 

Le Bibliographe Modeme. Bi-monthly (1897), 
international journal of archives and libraries. 
A. Picard, Paris. 12.50 fr. 

Bulletin de I' Association des Bibliofh6caires 
Frangais. Bi-monthly (1907), 174 Boul. St. 
Germain, H. Le Soudier, Paris. 6 fr. 

Bulletin du Bibliophile et du Bibliofh6caire (1834). 
Monthly, Henri Lederc, 219 rue Saint- 
Honor6, Paris. 16 fr. 

Bulletin des Biblioth^ues Populaires (1906). 
Continued as Revue Critique des Livres 
Nouveauz. 

Revue Critique des Livres Nouveauz. Monthly 
(1905), loi rue de Vangirard, Paris. 6 fr. 

Courrier des Biblioth^ues, Paris. 

Revue des Biblioth^ues (1891). Quarterly, 
Honor^ Champion, 5 Quai Malaquais, Paris. 
17 fr. 



BOOK TRADE PERIODICALS 

Bibliographie de la France. Weekly, (181 2), 
general periodical of printing and publishing, 
published from the documents furnished by 
the Minister of the Interior. B. St. Germain 
117, Paris. 20 fr. 

Bulletin des Libraires. Weekly, Bd. St. Ger- 
main 117, Paris. 9 fr. 

Bulletin Mensuel des Publications Etrang^res. 

Monthly, Rue de Lille 7, Paris. 10 fr. 

Catalogue Mensuel de la Librarie Francaise. 

Monthly, Rue de Lille 7, Paris. 4 fr. 



MISCELLANEOUS 

Polybiblion, Revue Bibliographique Universelle. 
Monthly, 5 Rue St. Simon, Paris. 25 fr. 

Revue Biblio-iconographique. 

Bulletin Critique. Semi-monthly (1890), Fon- 
temoing et Cie., 4 Rue de Goff , Paris. 1 2 fr. 



Journal des Savants. Monthly (1903), pub- 
lished under the auspices of the Institute de 
France (Acad^mie des inscriptions et belles- 
lettres). Librarie Hachette & Cie, Paris. 
28 fr. 

Le Reliure. Monthly, Rue CoiStlogon 7, Paris 
10 fr. 

Moniteur Bibliographique. Monthly, Rue de 
TAbbaye 14, Paris. 5 fr. 

Revue Critique of history and literature, weekly 
(1867), Earnest Lerouz, 28 Rue Bonaparte, 
Paris. 25 fr. 



GERMANY 

LIBRARY PERIODICALS 

Bibliographie des Biblioth^s- und Bocfaweseu 

(1904), issued in the Zentndblatt 

Der Bibliothekar (1909). Monatschrift for 
Arbeiterbibliotheken. Leipzig Buchdr. .Ak- 
tiengessellschaft. 2 m. 

Butter fiir Volksbibliothekea und Lesehaneo. 
Bi-monthly (1900). Otto HarrassowitE, Leip- 
zig. 4 m. 

Jahrbuch der Deutscfaen Bibllotfaelceii (1903). 
Annual, Leipzig. 

Mitteilungen der Vereinigmifl; hibliothekariidi 
arbeitender Frauen, Supmement of " BBtter 
fiir Volksbibliotheken und LesehaUen." 

Die Volksbiicherei in Obefscfalesien (1909). 
Periodical of the Verband oberachlesiscber 
Volksbttchereien, irregular, about 8 times a 
year. Priebatsch, Breslau. 50 pf . per copjr. 

Zentralblatt fiir Bibliotfaeksweaen. Monthly 
(1883). Otto Harrassowitz, Leipzig. 18 m. 



BOOK TRADE PERIODICALS 

BOrsenblatt fiir den Deutschen Bnchhandd, 

(1835), organ of the " BOrsenvereins der 
Deutschen Buchh&ndler," daily. Leipz^. 
10 m. for members, 20 m. for non-members. 

Allgemeine Buchhindlerzeitiuig. Weekly in the 
interest of German book, art, educational, 
and music publishers and stationers. Sal- 
omonstr. 20, Leipzig. 6 m. 

General-Anzeiger fiir den Deutscfaen BiicfahaiideL 

Munich. 

G5ttische Gelehrte Anzeigen. Monthly (1839) 
under the Aufsicht of the K5nigl. Gesellschift 
der Wissenschaften, Weidmannsche Budh 
handlung, Zimmerstr. 94, Berlin. 24 m. 



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Literaiisches Zentralblatt fiir Deutschland. 
Weekly (1850), with supplement Die Schtfne 
Literatnr. Dr. £d. Zarncke, Kaiser Wil- 
helmstrasse 8, Leipzig. 30 m. 

WBchentlichesVerzeidmis. Monthly, new books 
published and in preparation of the German 
publishing trade. J. C. Hinrichs, Leipzig. 
10 m. 

Zeitschrift fiir Biicherfreimde. Monthly (1909) 
organ of the association of bibliophiles and 
German book craftsmen. W. Drugulin, 
Leipzig. 36 m. 



AUSTRU-HUNGARY 

UBRARY PERIODICALS 

Mitteilungen des K. K. Archivs fiir Niedertfs- 
terreich. Quarterly (1908), published 
through the Imperial archive section of 
lower Austria. Carl Fromme, Vienna. 5 k. 

Mittdhuigen des Osterreidiischen Vereines fiir 
Bibliofhekswesen. See Zeitschrift des. 

Zeitschrift des Osterreichischen Vereines fiir 
Bibliofhekswesen. Quarterly (1910). Wil- 
helm Braumttller, Vienna. 7 k.20 h. 

Ceski Osv6ta. Monthly (1905) revue of educa- 
tion and culture. Organ of the association of 
culture of the Bohemian, Moravian and re- 
lated peoples. F. V. Moravec, Prague. 
4.70 k. 



BOOK TRADE PERIODICALS 

Addresshoch fiir den Buch-, Kunst-, Musikalien- 
handel (1866) und verwandte Gesch&fts- 
zweige der dsterreichisch-ungarischen Mon- 
archic with supplement. Oesterr.-unger, Zd- 
tungs-Addressbuch. M. Perles, Vienna. 8 k. 

Oesterreichisch-nngarische BuchhMndler-Corres- 
pondenz. Weekly (1878) organ of the Asso- 
ciation of Austro-Hungarian booksellers. 
Vienna. 16 k. 

Pnewodnik Bibliograficzny. Monthly. Polish 
bibliography. G. Gebethnera & Co., Cracow. 
4.50 k. 

SPAIN 

UBRARY PERIODICALS 

Revista de Archivos» Bibliotecas y Museos. Bi- 
monthly (1897) organ of the Cuerpo Facul- 
tativo del Ramo. Biblioteca Nacional. 
Madrid. 20 fr. 



BOOK TRADE PERIODICALS 



Espafiola. Monthly organ of the 
Asodadon de la Libreria. 15 Calle Fer- 
nandez y Gonzalez, Madrid. 12 gitas. 



ITALY 



UBRARY PERIODICALS 

L'Archiginnasio Bi-monthly, (1906) bulletin of 
the communal library of Bologna. 8 1. 

La BibUofila (1898). 

BoUetino deUa Civica Biblioteca e del Museo. 
Quarterly, Direzione della Civica Biblioteca 
e del Museo di Undine, Italy. 3 1. 

BoUetino delle Biblioteche popolari (1907). 
Merged into La Coltura Popolare. 

La Coltura Populare. Monthly (1910) journal 
of the " Italian union for popular education " 
(induding libraries). Via S. Bamabat 38, 
Milan. 12 1. 

Revista delle Biblioteche e degli Archivi. 

Monthly ( 1 890) , periodical of library economy 
and bibliography, of paleography and of ar- 
chives. Leo S. Olschki, Limgamo Acciaioli 
4, Florence. 15 1. 



BOOK TRADE PERIODICALS 

II Libro y la Stampa (1909). Officiallbulletin of the 
Soaeti bibliografica italiane, quarterly. 
Society, via Borgonuovo 25, Milan. 

L'Arte della Stampa, Firenze. Monthly. 4 Via 
delle Seggiole. 5/25. 



BELGIXTM 

LIBRARY PERIODICALS 

Rerue Bibliographiqne Beige. Monthly (1888) 
International literary, artistic and bib- 
liographical bulletin. Sod6t6 Beige de Li- 
brairie, 15 Rue Royale, Brussels. 

Revue des Biblioth^ues et Archives de Belgiqiie 

(1903), bi-monthly. G. Van Oest & Co., z6 
Rue de Mus6es, Brussels. 3 fr. 

Institut International de Bibliographie, irregular 
publications, i Rue de Musie, Brussels. 



HOLLAND 



LIBRARY PERIODICALS 

Het Boek (191 2), second series of the Tijdschrift 
voor Boek- en Bibliotheekwezen. Monthly, 
M. Nijhofif, Hague. 10 g. 

De Boekzaal. Monthly (1907), Maanblad voor 
Boeken Bibliotheekwezen, also Orgaan der 
Centrale Vereeniging voor openbare Lees- 
zalen en Bibliotheken. J. Ploegsma, Zwolle. 



131 



AMERICAN LIBRARY ANNUAL 



De Bibliothecaris. Monthly (191 2), Maanblad 
voor boek- en bibliotheekwezen. Admin- 
istratie Rotterdam. 1.25 fl. 

Nederlandsch Aithivenblad. 



BOOK TRADE PERIODICALS 

Nederlandsche Bibliographie, list of new books, 
maps, etc., monthly. A. W. Sijthoff, Leiden. 
60 {. 

NijhofiPs Index of Nederiandsche Periodieken 
van Algemeenen Inhoud (1910), monthly. 
Martinus Nijhoff, Hague. 1.50 f. 

Tijdschrift voor Boek- en Bibliotheekwezen. 
Continued as Het Boek. 

Nieuwsblad voor den BoekfaandeL Semi-weekly, 
published by the Vereeniging ter Bevorder- 
ing van de Belangen des Boekhandels. 
Spuistraat 159, Amsterdam. 14 f. 



SWITZERLAND 

BOOK TRADE PERIODICALS 

Anzeigen fiir den Schweizerischen Buchhandel. 

Semi-monthly (1889) indicateur pour la 
librairie Suisse. Art. Institut Orell. Fttssli. 
Zurich, gratis. 

Droit d'Auteur, monthly organ of the Interna- 
tional Bureau of the Union for the Protec- 
tion of literary and artistic works. Berne. 
7.60 fr. 

DENMARK 

LIBRARY PERIODICALS 

Bogsamlingsbladet (1906), published by the 
government library committee and the 
Denmark Association of Librarians, monthly, 
Klarebodeme 3, Copenhagen, i k. 



NORWAY 



LIBRARY PERIODICALS 



Foike- og Bameboksamlinger (1907). 
Prinsens gt. 1 1, Christiania. i k. 



SWEDEN 



UBRARY PERIODICALS 

FolkbibUoteksbladet (1903). Publishe< 
elation for Public Education, i 
Discontinued with Jan., 191 2. 



RUSSIA 



LIBRARY PERIODICAL 

Bibliophile Russe. 8 times a year. Lit 
St. Petersburg. 6.50 r. 

Przegiad Bibljotecmy. Quarterly. S 
Chmilie 55, Warsaw. 4 r. 

Bibliotekar. (ipio), Organ of the St. \ 
Society of Library Science, qus 
Ricker, Nevski 14, St. Petersburg. 



JAPAN 
The Gakato (1897). Tokio. 

ARGENTINA 

Revista Grafica. (1905), Official bullc 
Centro Union de Liberos Im{ 
Anexos. Secretary, Bolfvar 959 
Aires. 

Archivo Bibliografico, publicado por 
" Athenas.'' Calle Maipti z6i, Bu< 



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ORGANIZATIONS 



LIBRARY, BOOK TRADE AND KINDRED 



ORGANIZATIONS 

LIBRARY, BOOK TRADE AND KINDRED 



UNITED STATES 

NATIONAL LIBRARY ASSOCIATIONS 

American Library Association 

Pres. Mrs. H. L. Elemendorf. 

V.'Pres. Henry E. Legler. 

2d V.-Prcs. Miss Mary W. Plummer. 

Sec. George B. Utley, 78 E. Washington St., 

Chicago. 
Treas. Carl B. Roden, Pub. Lib., Chicago. 

American Association of Law Libraries 

Pres. G. S. Godard. 

I si V.'Pres. F. W. Schenk. 

2d V.'Pres. Gertrude E. Woodard. 

Sec. Franklin 0« Poole, L. of Bar Assoc., New 

York. 
Treas. E. L. Whitney, State L., Montpelier, Vt. 

American Library Institute 

Pres. Frank P. Hill. 

Sec. Mary Eileen Ahem, Chicago, 111. 

League of Library Commissions 

Pres. Cornelia Marvin. 

isi V.'Pres. Carl H. Milam. 

2d V.'Pres. Robert P. Bliss. 

Sec.'Treas. Charlotte Templeton, Lincoln, Neb. 

National Association of State Libraries 

Pres. C. F. D. Belden. 

ist V.'Pres. J. M. Hitt. 

ed V.'Pres. E. J. Lien. 

Sec.'Treas. Asa C. Tilton, Oyster Bay, N. Y. 

Spedal Libraries Association 

Pres. J. C. Dana. 
V.'Pres. R. H. Whitten. 

Sec.'Treas. Guy E. Marion, 93 Broad St., Bos- 
ton, Mass. 



STATE LIBRARY COMMISSIONS 

Alabama Department of Archives and History. 
Division of Library Extension 

Director, Thos. M. Owen, Montgomery. 

CaHfomia State Library 

State librarian^ Jas. L. Gillis, Sacramento. 



Colorado State Library Commission 

Pres. Charles R. Dudley. 

Sec. Geo. M. Lee. 

Board members, Charles R, Dudley, Edwin H. 

Park, Harper Leiper, A. E. Whitaker, Geo. 

M. Lee. 



Colorado Traveling Library Commission 

Pres. Mrs JuUa V. Welles. 
V.-Pres. Mrs. F. M. D. Galloway. 
Sec. Mrs. Jas. D. Whitmore, Room 10, Capitol. 
Board members, Mrs. Welles, Mrs. Whitmore, 
Miss Snyder, Mrs. McHugh, Mrs. Galloway. 
Meetings at Pres. call. 
Report, annual, in Dec. 

Connecticut Public Library Committee 

Pres. Chas. D. Hine. 

Se-. Caroline M. Hewins. 

Organizer, Mrs. Belle Holcomb Johnson. 

Board members, Chas. D. Hine, Henry A. Terrell, 

Edwin B. Gager, Geo. A. Conant, Caroline 

M. Hewins. 
Meetings at Chairman's call. 
Report, biennial, in spring during legislature's 

session. 



Delaware State Library Commission 

Chairman, Daniel W. Carbit. 
Sec. H. Ridgely Harrington. 
Treas. State treas. 
Meeth gs, four a year. 
Report, biennial, in Jan. 

Georgia Library Commission 

Sec. Treas., Organizer, Mrs. Percival Sneed, 

Atlanta, Ga. 
Board members, Walter Brooks, Bridges Smith, 

Mrs. J. K. Othen, Miss Julia Rankin. 



Idaho State Library Commission 

Members, D. C. McDougall, Attorney General, 

chairman. Miss S. Belle Chamberlain, Supt. 

of Public Instruction, Robert Lansdon, Sec. 

of State, James A. MacLean, Pres. Univ. of 

Idaho, ex-officio. 
Executive Officer, Miss S. Belle Chamberlain, 

Sec, Margaret S. Roberts, Boise, Idaho. 



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AMERICAN LIBRARY ANNUAL 



lUinois Library Extension Commission 

Chairman, Jas. A. Rose, Sec. of State. 

Sec. Mrs. Eugenie M. Bacon. 

Organizer J Eugenia Allin. 

Board members, Jas. A. Rose, Mrs. Eugenie M. 

Bacon, Jos. A. Freeman. 
Meetings, monthly. 
Report, biennial, in Sec. of State's report. 

Indiana Public Library Commission 

Pres, Jacob. P. Dunn. 

V.-Pres. Mrs. Elizabeth C. Earl. 

Sec, Carl H. Milam, 104 State House, Indian- 

ap>olis. 
Organizers, Carl H. Milam, Carrie E. Scote, Ora 

Williams. 
Board members, J. P. Dunn, Mrs. E. C. Earl, 

W. W. Parsons. 
Meetings, annual Nov. for year to Sept. 30, 

others quarterly, irregular. 
Report, biennial, Dec., even years. 

Iowa Library Commission 

Sec. Alice S. Tyler, State Historical Bldg., Des 

Moines. 
Meeting, annual, Jan., others Apr., July, Oct. 
Report, biennial, July, even years. 

Kansas Traveling Libraries Commission 

Sec. Mrs. Adrian Green, State House, Topeka. 
Asst.'Sec. Miss Thomasine Jackson, State House, 

Topeka. 
Board members, Mr. Jas. L. King, Mrs. W. A. 

Johnston, Mrs. C. J. Brown, Mrs. W. D. 

Atkinson, Mrs. Sara Greenman. . 
Meetings, at chairman's call. 
Report, biennial, Aug. or Sept. 

Kentucky Library Commission 

Pres. Mrs. Geo. A. Floumoy. 

Sec, Trcas., Organizer, Miss Famue C. Rawson, 

Frankfort. 
Board members, Mrs. G. A. Floumoy, Dr. W. B. 

Doherty, Frank K. Kavanaugh, Miss May 

Stone, Wm. F. Yust. 
Meetings, annual June, for year to July i, other, 

Dec. 
Report, annual, Dec. 

Maine Library Commission 

Pres. Mrs. Kate C. Estabrooke. 

Sec. Herbert E. Holmes, State L., Augusta. 

Board members, Mrs. Lizzie Jewett Butler, Wm. H. 

Hartshorn, J. H. Winchester, H. E. Holmes, 

Mrs. Kate C. Estabrooke. 
Meetings, at call of Pres. 
Report, annual. 

Maryland Public Library Commission 

Pres. Dr. M. Bates Stephens. 

Sec., Treas. Dr. Bernard C. Steiner, Enoch Pratt 

Free L., Baltimore. 
Organizer, Miss Mary P. Farr. 
Board members, Mrs. John M. Carter, Mrs. 

M. A. Newell, Miss Lynn M. Shaffer, Sterling 

Gait, Jos. B. Perkins. 
Meeting, annual, autumn, for year to Oct. 31, 

others in spring. 
Report, annual, Dec. 



Massachusetts Free Public Library Commission 

Chairman, Chas. F. D. Belden. 

Sec. State Library, Boston. 

Agent, Miss Zaidee M. Brown. 

Board members. Miss Elizabeth P. Schier. Ftank 

H. Howes, Hiller C. WeUman, Miss Anna M. 

Bancroft. 
Meetings, monthly. 
Report, spring. 

Michigan State Board of Library Commissioneis 

Pres. H. R. Pattengill. 

Sec. Mary C. Spencer, Lansing. 

Board members, H. R. Pattengill, Henry N. 

Loud, David E. Heinemann, W. Millard 

Palmer, Mary C. Spencer. 
Meetings at Pres. call. 
Report, annual, Jan. 

Minnesota Public Library Conunission 

Pres. Miss Margaret J. Evans, Northfield. 

Sec. Clara F. Baldwin, The Oqjitol, St. Paul. 

Organizer, Miriam E. Carey. 

Board members, Margaret J. Evans, chairman. 

Gratia A. Countryman, Geo. E. Vincent, 

Warren Upham, C. G. Sdiulz. 
Meetings, annual, Dec., for year to July, others 

May. 
Report, biennial, Jan. 

Missouri Library Commission 

Pres. Dr. Arthur E. Bostwick. 

Sec. Elizabeth B. Wales, JeflFerson City. 

Board members. Dr. J. P. Greene, Mrs. W. K. 

James, Dr. A. Ross Hill, Wm. P. Evans. 
Meeting, annual, Jan. 15, for year to Dec. 31, 

others May, Oct. 
Report, annual, Feb. 

Nebraska Public Library Commission 

Pres. F. L. Haller, Omaha. 

Sec. Charlotte Templeton, Lincoln. 

Trcas. State Treas. 

Board members, Samuel Avery, J. £. DelzeU, H. C. 

Lindsay, Dr. W. K. Jewett, F. L. Haller. 
Meeting, annual, 2d Tues. in Apr., others Nov. 
Report, biennial, Dec., even year. 

New Hampshire Library Conmiission 

Pres. Wm. D. Chandler. 

Sec. Arthur H. Chose, Concord. 

Board members, Wm. D. Chandler, Chairman, 

Wm. F. Whitcher, Wm. J. Starr. 
Meetings, monthly, exc. July and Aug. 
Report, biennial, Jan., 1913, and odd years. 

New Jersey Public Library Commission 

Chairman, W. C. Kimball. 

V.-Chairman, M. Taylor Pyne. 

Sec. Henry C. Buchanan, Trenton. 

Organizers, Sarah B. Asken, Edna B. Pratt. 

Board members, W. C. Kimball, M. L. Pyne, 

Dr. E. C. Richardson, Dr. E. L. Tomlinson, 

Howard M. Cooper. 
Meetings, May, Dec. 
Report, annusd, Jan. or Feb. 



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New York State Education Department. Divi- 
sion of Educational Extension 

Under supervision Director of State L., J. I. 
Wyer. 

Ckitfy W. R. Eastman, Albany. 

Organizers J Anna R. Phelps, Caroline F. Webster. 

Board memberSy N. Y. State Board of Regents. 

Meetingy annual, Dec. for year to Sept. 30, others 
Mar., June, Oct. 

Reporty annual, in State Commissioner of Educa- 
tion's report, Jan. 



North Carolina Library Commission 

Chairman, Louis R. Wilson. 

V.-Chairnuiny Mrs. Sol Weil. 

Sec. Minnie W. Leatherman, Box 425, Raleigh. 

Treas. Dr. Chas. Lee Smith. 

Board members y Louis R. Wilson, Mrs. Sol Weil, 

Dr. Chas. Lee Smith, .v . O. Sherrill, J. Y. Joy- 

ner. 
MeeiingSy annual, 2d Thursday, Apr. for year to 

Apr. I, others, 2d Thursday, Oct. 
Report, biennial, Dec. i, odd years. 



North Dakota State Library Commission 

Pres, O. G. Libby. 

Sec.y Treas.y Organizer, Mrs. Minnie Clarke Bud- 
long, Bismarck. 

Board memberSy O. G. Libby, Univ., £. J. 
Taylor, St. Supt. Pub. Instruction, R. A. 
Nestos, A. E. Sheets, Mrs. C. L. Darrow. 

JdeetingSy semi-annual, Jan., June. 

Report, biennial, Jan., odd years. 



Ohio Board of Library Commission 

Pres. John McSweeney. 

Sec. John H. Newman, Columbus. 

Organizer y Mary E. Downey. 

Board members, John McSweeney, J. F. McGraw, 

F. N. Swdtzer. 
Meeting, annual, Nov. 15, for year to Nov. 15, 

others monthly. 
Report, annual, soon after end of fiscal year. 



Oregon Library Commission 

Pres. Gov. Oswald West. 

Sec. Cornelia Marvin, State House. 

Board members, L. R. Alderman, W. B. Ayer, 

P. L. Campbell, M. F. Isom, Oswald West. 
Meetings, annual, Oct., for year to Sept. 31, 

others alternate months. 
Report, biennial, Nov. 



Pennsylvania Free Library Commission 
Pres. Henry R. Edmunds, Philadelphia. 
Su. Thos. L. Montgomery, State Librarian, Free 

L., Philadelphia. 
Treas. John Tiiomson, 
Consulting librarian, Anna A. MacDonald. 
Board members, Above and Harrison W. Craver, 

Hairy Belin, jr.. Rev. Horace E. Hayden. 
Meetings, annual. May, for year to Je. i, others, 

4 a year. 



Tennessee Free Library Commission 

Pres. G. H. Basketh, Nashville. 
Sec.'Treas. Miss Mary H. Johnson, Nashville. 
Organizer, Mrs. Pearl W. Kelley, Nashville. 
Board members, J. W. Brister, State Supt. Pub. 

Inst., Miss Mary Shef!ington, State Librarian, 

Mrs. W. D. Beard. 
Meetings, annual, July, for year to June, others 

Jan. 
Report, annual, July. 

Texas Library and Historical Commission 

Chairman, Dr. Eugene C. Barker, Austin. 

V.'Chairman, Mrs. Jos. B. Dibrell, Sequin. 

Sec, E. W. Winkler, Austin. 

Board members. Dr. E. C. Barker, Mrs. J. B. 
Dibrell, Hon. F. M. BraUey, Hugh N. Fitz- 
gerald, Mrs. Jos. D. Sayers. 

Meetings, annual, Aug. 31, for year to Aug. 31, 
others at call. 

Report, biennal, Dec., even years. 

Utah Library Gymnasium Commission. (State 
Board of Education) 

Pres. State Supt. A. C. Nelson. 

Sec. Howard R. Driggs. 

Board members, J. L. Kingsbury, Pres. Utah 
Univ., J. A. Widtsoe, Pres. State Agric. College, 
Supt. D. H. Christensen, Supt. C. R. Mar- 
cusen. 

Meetings, monthly. 

Report, Dec. 

Vermont Board of Library Commissioners 

Chairman, March M. Wilson, Randolph. 
Sec. Miss R. W. Wright, Montpelier. 
Organizer, Miss R. W. Wright. 
Board members, Mrs. C. M. Winslow, Miss F. 

B. Fletcher, Miss C. H. Clement, E. M. God- 

dard. 
Meetings , annual, Jan., for year to Dec. i, others 

Apr. July, Oct. 
Reports, biennial, July, quarterly bulletin. 

Washington State Library Commission 

Pres. M. A. FuUerton. 

Sec. J. M. BLitt, Olympia. 

Treas. J. G. Lewis, State Treas. 

Board memberSy Supreme Ct. Judges, Gov. and 

Atty. Gen. 
Meetings, annual and others, on call. 
Report, biennial, Nov., even years. 

Wisconsin Free Library Commission 

Chairman, Wm. H. Hatton, New London. 

V.'Chairman Reuben Gold Thwaites, Madison. 

Sec. M. S. Dudgeon, Madison. 

Treas. State Treas. 

Organizers, Misses M. E. Hazeltine, Ethel F. 

McCullough, Maud Van Buren, Mary F. 

Carpenter, Helen Tiu:\'ill, Lucy Morgan, L. E. 

Steams. 
Board members, Mrs. Chas. Morris, Chas. H. 

Van Hise, State Suot. of Schools, C. P. Gary, 

W. H. Hatton, R. G. Thwaites. 
Meetings, annual, 2d Tuesday, June, for years to 

July I. 
Report, biemual, Sept., Oct., even years. 



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STATE LIBRARY ASSOCIATIONS 

Alabama Library Association 

Pres. Thos. M. Owen, Montgomery. 
Sec, vacant. 



Arkansas Library Association 

Pres. C. W. L. Armour. 
V.'Prcs. Mrs. Arthur Jones. 
Sec, Mrs. Armstrong, Fort Smith. 
Trens. M. M. Pugsley. 
Meetings ^ annual, in Jan. 



California Library Association 

Pres, J. L. Gillis. 

V,-Pres. Celia Gleason. 

Sec. Alice J. Haines, State L., Sacramento. 

Treas. A. J. Haines. 

Exec. Comm., J. C. Rowell, G. L. Clark, C. D. 

Greene, F. B. Graves, W. R. Watson, L. W. 

Ripley, J. L. Gillis, Celia Gleason, Alice J. 

Haines. 
Meetings, annual, any time from Feb^ to June; 

district, irregular dates. 
Report, annual, soon after annual meeting. 



Colorado Library Association 

Pres, Charlotte A. Baker, Agric. Coll., Fort 

Collins. 
V.'Pres. Mary L. Strang, McClelland L., 

Pueblo. 
Sec. Herbert E. Richie, Public L., Denver. 
Meetings, annual, Nov. 27, for 191 1, others Apr. 

or May, 191 2. 
Accounts of meeting in 1. journals. 



Connecticut Library Association 

Pres. Miss Caroline M. Hewins, Hartford. 
V.'Pres. Charles S. Thayer, Hartford, J. S. Bard, 

Brooklyn; Mrs. Lily Gunn Smith, Washington; 

Edward Holland, Derby; Mrs. F. B. Munn, 

New Hartford. 
Sec, Miss Harriet S. Wright, New Britain. 
Treas, Miss Lillian M. Stedman, Sufheld. 
Meetings, annual, Feb. for year Feb. i, others 

May and Oct. (usually). 



District of Columbia Library Association 

Pres. Paul Brockett. 

V.'Pres. ist, Ernest Bruncken, 2d, Claribel R. 

Bamett. 
Sec. C. Seymour Thompson, D. C. Pub. L. 
Treas. Emily A. Spilman. 
Board members, above, and Edw. D. Greenman. 

Rose M. McDonald, Mary A. Matthews. 
Meetings, annual, 2d Wed. Dec. for year to Dec. 

others 2d Wed. each month, Oct., May. 

Florida Library Association 

Pres. Miss .\pthorpe, Tallahassee. 
Sec. Treas. Jos. L. Wheeler, Jacksonville. 
Meetings, Dec. 
Not active 191 1. 



Georgia Library Association 

Pres, Dr. J. H. Y. MacPherson. 
V.-Pres, Mrs. Eugene B. Heard. 
Su,'Treas. and Organizer^ Miss Katharine 

Wooten. 
Board members, above. 
Meeting, annual, Athens. 

nUnois Library Association 

Pres, J, C. M. Hanson, Chicago. 
V.-Pres, Mrs. Rena M. Barickman, Joliet. 
Sec. F. K. W. Drury, Urbana. 
Treas. Minnie A. DiU, Decatur. 
Organizer, Eugenia M. Allin, Decatur. 
Board members. Exec. Committee and 6 others. 
Meetings, annual, Oct., for year to Oct. 
Report, annual, in 1. journals, Nov. or Dec. 

Indiana Library Association 

Pres. Demarchus C. Brown, Indianapolis. 

V.'Pres. Nannie W. Jayne, Alexandria. 

Sec. Lois A. Johnston, Franklin. 

Treas, Orpha M. Peters, Gary. 

Board members, above, and E. G. Browing, 

Carl Milan, chairman standing committee. 
Meetings, annual, Oct., others at call. 

Iowa Library Association 

Pres. Miss Grace D. Rose, Davenport. 

V.'Pres. ist, Helen M. Lee; 2d, Addie S. Barton. 

Sec. L. L. Dickerson, Grinnell. 

Treas. N. R. Parvin, Cedar Rapids. 

Meetings, annual, Oct. 

Report, annual, Iowa L. Quarterly. 

Kansas Library Association 

Pres, Mrs. Nellie G. Beatty. 

V.'Pres, Mrs. Belle Curry, Mrs. Olive M. Wood, 

Mrs. A. B. Ranney. 
Sec, Julius Lucht. 
Treas. Mrs. Theresa L. Randolph. 
Board members, above and Arthur B. Smith. 
Meetings, annual, Oct. 

Kentucky Library Association 

Pres. Wm. F. Yust, Louisville. 

V.'Pres. Miss Florence Dillard, Lexington. 

Sec.'Treas, Miss Fannie C. Rawson, The Capitol, 

Frankfort. 
Meetings, annual, in fall. 

Keystone State Library Association 

Pres, Miss Susan L. Sherman, Bradford, Pa, 
V,'Pres, Prof, O. H. Bakeless, Bloomsburg. 
Sec, Miss Georgia Rathbone, Wilkesbarre. 
Treas. Mr. O. R. H. Thompson. 
Organizer (for Pa. L. Com.), Anna A. McDonald. 
Board members, Robt. P. Bliss, Florence Ridpath, 

and officers. 
Meetings, annual, Oct. for year to Oct. 31. 
Report, annual, in Pa. Lib. Notes, about Dec. 

Louisiana State Library Association 

Pres, Wm. Beer. 

V.'Pres. ist, Lillie J. Thornton; 2d, Mrs. M. H. 

Williams. 
Sec. Helen Wells Dodd, Tulane Univ. L. 
Treas. Inez Mortland. 
Board members, Hon. Geo. Hathaway, Dr. C. E. 

Coates. 
Meetings, annual, Apr. for year to Apr. 



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Library Associatioii 

Prof. Wm. H. Hartshome. 

es. John H. Winchester, Mary H. Caswell. 

Icrald G. WUder, Bowdoin CoU., Brunswick. 

. Alice C. Furbish. 

ngSy annual, Oct. 

husetts Library Club 

Chas. F. D. Belden. 

es. J. Randolph Coolidge, jr., Chas. S. 
gham, Miss Harriet L. Matthews, 
fohn G. Moulton, Pub. L., Haverhill. 
. Miss Etta L. Rabardy. 
ier. Miss Laila A. McNeil. 
members, Robt. K. Shaw, and above. 
ngSt annual, 2d Thurs. June, for year, 
ers Jan., Oct. 
:in, Jan, Mar., May, July, Oct. 

in Library Association 

Mrs. Annie F. MacDonell. 

es. I St, Miss M. Louise Converse; 2d, Miss 

le S. Duncan. 

iliss Annie A. Pollard. 

. John S. Cleavinger. 

boardf above. 

ngs\ annual, Sept., or May. 

tSy iregular, last in Michigan Libraries, Dec. 

I. 

Ota Library Association 

Miss Margaret Palmer. 

es. Miss Frances Earhart. 

yeas. Miss Arabel Martin, Pub. L., 

ineapolis. 

ngSy annual, Sept., or Oct. 

/, annual, Oct. 

ippi State Library Association 

G. F. Boyd. 

es. Mrs. £. L. Bailey. 

va M. Young. 

. Mrs. L. M. Hunt, Librarian, University. 

'.izer F. W. Davis. 

ngSy annual, Dec, for year to Jan. 

ri Library Association 

Paul Black welder, ass't 1. St. I^uis Pub. L* 

es. Chas. E. Rush, 1. St. Joseph Pub. L* 

Flprence Whittier, ass't 1. Mo. Univ. L. 

. C. E. Miller, ass't I. Mercantile L., St. 

lis. 

ngs, annual, Oct. 

la Library Association 

Grace M. Stoddard, Missoula. 
es. Gertrude Nichols, Butte. 
yeas. Josephine Haley, Helena. 
ngSy annual, Dec. 27, for year to end. 

ka Library Association 

Nellie J. Compton, Lincoln. 

es. Nellie Williams, Geneva. 

yeas. Florence Smith, Pub. L. Omaha. 

ngSy annual, Oct. 



New Hampshire Library Association 

Pres. Miss Hannah G. Femald. 

V.-Pres. ist, Mrs. Barron Shirley; 2d, Miss 

Mary L. Saxton. 
Sec. Miss Caroline B. Clement, Manchester. 
Treas. Miss Mabel Hodgkins. 
Exec. Comm.y officers. 
Meetings^ annual, last Thurs. June, for year to 

June, others at call of Exec. Comm. 

New Jersey Library Association 

Pres. Elizabeth H. Wesson. Orange. 
V.'Prcs. Harry demons, Princeton Univ. L. 
Sec. Edna B. Pratt, Pub. L. Comm., Trenton. 
Treas. Mary G. Peters, Bayonne. 
Board members: J. C. Dana, F. B. Hill, E. C. 
Richardson, C. E. Kendall, Mrs. J. .\. Webb, jr. 
Meetings^ annual. Mar., Atlantic City, others Oct. 

New York State Library Association 

Pres. Wm. F. Seward, Binghamton Pub. L. 
V.-Pres. Miss Lucia L. Henderson, Jas. Pren- 

dergast. Free L., Jamestown. 
Sec. Mrs. Kate Deane Andrew, Steele Mem. L., 

Elmira. 
Treas. F. W. Jenkins, School of Philanthropy, 

105 E. 22d St., N. Y. 
Meetings, annual, Sept. for year to Dec. 

North Carolina Library Association 

Pres. Breedlove, Durham. 

V.-Pres. ist. J. S. Hill, Durham; 2d, Miss Jennie 

Coffin. 
Sec. Mary B. Palmer, Carnegie L., Charlotte. 
Treas. Bertha Rosenthal, Raleigh. 
MeetingSy annual, Nov. or Dec. 

North Dakota Library Association 

Pres. C. R. Nestos, Minot. 
V.-Pres. Clarence W. Sumner, Grand Forks. 
Sec.-Treas. Alice N. Paddock, Jamestown. 
Board members j above and Dr. Max Batt, Bessie. 

R. Baldwin. 
Meetings y annual, Oct. 

Ohio Library Association 

Pres. Miss Caroline Bumite. 

V.-Pres. W. F. Sewall, Miss Esther Straus, Miss 

Downey. 
Sec. Miss Louisa A. Fast, Tiffin. 
Treas. Miss Mizpah G. Blair. 
Organanizery Miss Mary E. Downey. 
Board members, Miss Anna L. Morse, John J. 

Pugh, Miss Linda M. Clat worthy. 
MeetingSy annual, Oct., for year to Oct. 

Oklahoma Library Association 

Pres. Edith A. Phelps, Okla. City. 

V.-Pres. Mrs. J. N. Croom. 

Sec. Margaret W. Quigley, Weatherford. 

Treas. Mrs. Bertha McBride, Guthrie. 

OrganizeTy M. J. Ferguson. 

Exec. Board, E. A. Phelps, J. N. Croom, N. M. 

Carter. B. McBride, M. W. Quigley. 
Meetings, annual, May 15. 



Oregon. See Pacific Northwest. 



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AMERICAN LIBRARY ANNUAL 



Pacific Northwest Library Association 

Pres. E. O. S. Scholefield, Victoria. 

V.'Pres. ist, W. S. Brewster, trustee, Portland, 

2d, Miss Alice A. Blanchard, Seattle. 
Sec, Lucile F. Fargo, No. Central H. S. Lib., 

Spokane. 
Treas. M. H. Douglass, Univ. Oregon, L., Eugene. 
Ex.-Comm.f above, and retiring Pres. (Miss Mary 

F. Isom, Portland). 
Meetings^ annual, variable, usually June, last 

Sept. 4-6. 
Reporiy annual, soon after meeting. 



-Pennsylvania. See Keystone State. 



Rhode Island Library Association 

Pres. Frank G. Bates. R. I. Hist. So. . 

V.-Pres. ist. Wm. D. Goddard; 2d, H. L. Dough- 
erty, Pawtucket. 

Sec. Edna D. Rice, 17 Cherry St. Pawtucket. 

Treas. Lawrence M. Shaw, Providence. 

Board members: H. O. Brigham, Mrs. Wm. M. 
Congdon, Marguerite McL. Reid. 

Meetings, annual, June, others, Nov. 



South Dakota Library Association 

Pres. Miss Edla M. Lawison, Mitchell. 
V.'Pres. Miss Nettie Current, Sioux Falls. 
Sec.'Treas. Mrs. Maud Russell Carter, Pierre. 
Meetings, biennial (?) Nov. 



Tennessee Library Association 

Hon. Pres. Miss Mary Hannah Johnson, Nash- 
ville. 

Pres. G. H. Baskette, Nashville. 

V.'Pres. ist. Miss Lucy Fay, Univ. Tenn. L.; 
2d, Miss Alice Drake, Pub. L., Jackson. 

Sec.'Treas. Mrs. Pearl Williams Kelley, Nashville. 



Texas Library Association 

Pres. E. W. Winkler, Austin. 
V.-Pres. Miss Mary Osgood, Tyler. 
Sec. Mrs. M. C. Houston, Corsicana. 
Treas. Miss Irene Galloway. 
Meetings, annual, May. 



Vermont Library Association 

Pres. Miss Evelyn Lease, Montpelier. 
V.'Pres. Miss Lucy D. Cheney, Rutland. 
Sec.'Treas. Miss Elizabeth C. Hills, Lyndonville. 
Meetings, not decided. 



Virginia Library Association 

Pres. Dr. J. C. Metcalf, Richmond. 

V.'Pres. Dr. John S. Patton, Univ. of Va. 

Sec. G. Carrington Moseley, Richmond. 

Treas. Henry G. Ellis, Richmond. 

Board members (State L. Board), Armistead C. 
Gordon, Edmimd Pendleton, Egbert Leigh, jr., 
Judge Theo. S. Garnet, John L. Fishbume. 

Meetings, annual, between Nov. 20 and Dec. i, 
for year to Nov. 30. 



Washington. See Pacific Northwest. 

Wisconsin Library Association 

Pres. Hon. W. H. Hatton, New Londoi 
V.'Pres. Lydia E. King^ey, Janesvi 
Sec. Julia Rupp, Oshkosh. 
Treas. Flora B. Roberts, Superior, P. I 
Meetings, annual, Feb. 21-3, Janesvill< 



UBRARY CLUBS 

Alabama 

Birmingham Library Association 
Sec. Frances Nimmo Greene, Binning 

Illinois 

Chicago Library Club 

Pres. Edw. D. Tweedell. 

V.'Pres. ist, J. C. M. Hanson, 2d, '. 

Krause. 
Sec. Harrie Edna Brooke, Newberry I 
Treas. Peari I. Field. 
Meetings, annual, 2d Thurs. May, fo: 

then, others 2d Thurs. of month, C 



University of Illinois Library Club 

Pres. Emma Felsenthal. 

Sec.'Treas. Gertrude Morton L. School 

lU. 
Board members, Miss Frances Simps 

W. Drury, Miss Elizabeth Cass, 

officio. 
Meetings, annual, May for year to Jun< 
Oct., Dec, Jan., Mar., Apr., May. 



Indiana 

Indianapolis Library Club 

Pres. Carl H. Milam, Pub. L. Comm. 
V.'Pres. Mrs. Demarchus C. Brown. 
Sec.'Treas. Lilian Henley, State L. 
Meetings, no regular. 



Iowa 

Iowa City Library Club 

Pres. M. G. Wyer, Iowa City. 
V.'Pres. Miss Nina Shaffer, Iowa City 
Sec.'Treas. Hazel Hayward, Iowa Citj 
Meetings, ist Tues. of month. 



Maine 

Eastern Maine Library Club 

Pres. J. H. Winchester, Corinna. 
Sec.'Treas. E. Clare Weld, Oldtown. 
Meetings, annuel, about July 17. 



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Massachusetts 

Library Club 

obi, K. Shaw, Worcester. 

. Mrs. C. A. Fuller, Miss E. M. Haynes. 

nnifred S. Farrell, Brookfield, Mass. 

ifrs. Grace M. Whittemore. 

*iemberSy officers. 

Sf annual, June 2, for year to June, others. 



! County Library Club 

iss Anna L. White. 

'^s. Miss Mary Stallman. 

'omm.y above. Misses Emma W. Shel- 

Lydia Fuller, Mabel Temple. 

5, annual, Dec. for year to end, others, 

a month, winter. 

i Library Club 

5. Otis. 

. Martha H. Soule. 

xina P. Burgess, Wareham, Mass. 

"lorence O'Neil. 

nembers, Capt. J. H. Sears, Mrs. Geo. 

gassiz, Everett J. Nye, Mrs. Herschel 

r, Miss Dora M. Wing. 

5, annual, Sept. for year to Sept. 

Worcester Library Club 

arriet B. Somborger. 

. Beatrice Putnam, Julia Darling. 

cy E. Day, Hopedale, Mass. 

^one; no dues. 

temberSj officers. 

5, annual, Oct., others June. 

Massachusetts Library Club 

[las. R. Green. 

. Miss Bertha Blakely, > rs. M. £. 

»on. 

Lzel M. Benjamin, City L., Springfield. 

Uice M. Felton, Forbes L., Northampton. 

nembers, Pres., Sec., Treas. 

5, annual, Jime, others Oct., Feb. 



Michigan 

•r Library Club 

rederick P. Jordan. 

. Frederick B. Gillette. 

:e P. Bixby, Univ. of Mich. L. 

211a F. Tobias. 

Sy annual, ist Mon. May, for year to May, 

s ist. Mon. of Month, Oct. May. 



•Minnesota 

r Library Club 

. J. Lien, Minn. State L. 

. Miss Martha Wilson. 

na M. Smith, L. Coll of Agric, St. Paul. 

I. A. Lavell. 

5, annual, Feb., for year to Feb. 28, 

5, Feb., July or Sept. 



New York 

Hudson Valley Library Club 

Pres. Mr. H. N. W. Magill, Pleasant VaUey. 

V.'Pres, Miss Amy L. Reed. 

Sec. Isobel L. Hallock, Milton, N. Y. • 

Treas. Miss Lillie O. Estabrook, Newburgh. 

Organizer, John C. Sickley. 

Board members^ Helen M. Blodgett, John C. 

Sickley, Blanch Shelp. 
Meetings, annual, Apr., others Oct. 

Long Island Library Club 

Pres. Chas. H. Brown. 

V.-Pres, Harriet E. Hassler. 

Sec. Edith M. Pomeroy, Pratt Inst., Free L., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Treas. Edith M. Pomeroy, Pratt Inst., Free L. 
Board members, Susan Hutchinson, Theresa 

Hitchler, Edw. F. Stevens. 
Meetings, annual, 3d Thurs. May, others Oct., 

Dec, Feb., Apr., May. 

New York High School Librarians Association 

Pres. S. R. Parker. 

V.'Pres. Sarah E. Annett. 

Sec.'Treas. Harriette Arden, DeWitt Clinton 

H. S., N. Y. 
Meetings, annual, ist Fri., Feb., others ist Fri., 

Oct., Dec., May. 

New York Library Club 

Pres. Edw. H. Virgin. 

V.'Pres. Frederick C. Hicks. 

Sec. Miss Susan A. Hutchinson, Bklyn. Inst., 

Bklyn. 
Treas. A. A. Clarke, 215 W. 23d St., N. Y. 
Exec, members, above, Edwin H. Anderson. 
Meetings, annual, May 9, for year till then, 

others Oct., Nov., Jan., Mar. 

Northern New York Library Club 

Pres. S. A. Hayt. 

Sec. Miss Jane Waughton, Watertown. 

Treas. Miss Katherine S. Perine. 

Exec. Committee. Miss Ruth Slickland, Mrs. 

graham, Mrs. Devoe. 
Meetings, annual, Sept., others Jan. 17. 

Southern Tier Library Club 

Pres. W. E. Seward, Binghamton, N. Y. 
V.'Pres. Miss Juha Stevens, Greene, N. Y. 
Sec.'Treas. J. W. Livingston, Marathon, N. Y. 
Board members, officers constituting Exec. Comm. 
Meetings, annual, Oct., others at call Exec. 

Comm. 
Reports, of annual meeting, in 1. journals. 

Syracuse Library Club 

Pres. Rev. E. W. Mundy. 

V.'Pres. Geo. N. Cheney. 

Sec.'Treas. Edith E. Clarke, Syracuse Univ. L. 

Exec. Board, Paul M. Paine, Miss Caroline 

Wandell. 
Meetings, annual. May, others, Sept., Oct., Jan., 

Feb., Mar., Apr. 



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Pennsylvania 

Monongahela Valley Library Association 

Pres. W. F. Stevens, Homestead. 

Sec. Luella M. Stevenson, Free L., Braddock, Pa. 

Meetings, Sept., Nov., Jan., Mar., May. 

Pennsylvania Library Club 

Pres. Dr. Exlw. J. Nolan. 

V.'Pres. Ernest Spofford, Miss Mary L. Jones. 

Sec. Miss Jean E. Grafifen, 13th and Locust Sts., 

Phila. 
Treas. Miss Bertha S. WetzeU. 
Board memberSj above, Dr. John W. Jordan, 

John Thomson, Dr. L. M. Robinson. 
Meetings, 2d Mon. Nov., Jan., Feb., May. 

Joint meetings (gen. Mar.) N. J. L. Assoc., 

Atlantic City. 



Wisconsin 

Fox River Valley Library Association 

Pres. Mrs. Chas. Morris. 

V.'Pres. Miss Ada J. McCarthy. 

Sec. Miss Margaret Biggert, Berlin, Wis. 

TrecLS. Miss Katherine Bunker. 

Meeting, annual, Berlin, for year to Oct., 191 2. 

Milwaukee Library Club 

Pres. Delia G. Ovitz, L. State Normal School. 
V.'Pres. Mary E. Donsman, Pub. L. 
Sec. 'Treas. Florence E. Weissert, Milwaukee- 
Downer CoU. 
Meetings, ist Mon. of month, Oct., May. 



BOOK TRADE ORGANIZATIONS 

American Publishers Association 

Pres. Fred. A. Stokes. 
V.'Pres. Frank H. Dodd. 
Sec. Frank N. Doubleday. 
Treas. Nelson Taylor. 

American Booksellers' Association 

Office: 27 East 2 2d Street, New York City. 
Pres. Walter L. Butler, Wilmington, Del. 
Sec. Walter S. Lewis, Phildelphia, Pa. 
Treas, Eugene L. Herr, Lancaster, Pa. 
Chairman of Exec.'Comm. W. B. Clarke, Boston, 
Mass. 

Booksellers' League. New York City. 

Pres. C. C. Shoemaker. 

Bd. of Managers, Chas. A. Burkhardt, E. O. 
Chapmann, A. Wessels, T. E. Schulte, F. 
D. Lacy, J. A. Holden, B. W. Huebsch, 
W. T. Haskell, C. E. Butler, A. G. Seiler, 
J. B. Pratt, E. Byrne Hackett, E. Eisele, 
J. McDonald, F. H. Revell, jr., R. E. Sher- 
wood, Henry Hoyns. 

1st. V.-Pres. E. Byrne Hackett. 

2d V.-Pres. Henry Hoyns. 

Sec. A. G. Seiler, 1224 Amsterdam Ave. 

Treas. Chas. A. Burkhardt, 31 W. 23d St. 



Booksellers' Association of Philadelphia 

Meets monthly. Membership 100. 
Pres. Walter S. Lewis of Strawbridge & Clothier. 
V.'Pres. Geo. W. Jacobs of Geo. W. Jacobs & Co. 
Sec. C. C. Otis of the Lutheran Pub. See. 
Treas, Wm. M. Bains. 

Pittsburgh Booksellers' and Stationers' Asso- 
ciation 

Pres. Chas. H. Langbein. 
Cleveland Booksellers' and Stationers' Club 



PUBUSHING BOOK-CLUBS 

Society of Iconophiles. New York City 

R. H. Lawrence, 350 W. 87th St., Sec, fir Treas. 
Membership about 60. 

Carteret Book Club. Newark, N. J. 

Founded 1908 for the " promotion of the arts 
pertaining to the production»of books." Sec, 
J. C. Dana. Membership about 60. 

Grolier Club. New York City 

Pres, Wm. F. Havemeyer. 

Sec. Walter Gilliss, 29 £. 3 2d St. 

Membership about 300. 

Rowfant Club. Cleveland, O. 

Membership about 150. 

The Cazton Club. Chicago, HI. 

Founded 1895 to promote " the arts pertaining 

to the production of books." 
Pres, Everett Lee Millard, 100 Washington St., 

Chicago. 
Sec. Clarence Augustus Burley, 122 Monroe 

St., Chicago. 

Philobiblon Club. Philadelphia, Pa. 

Founded 1893. 

Pres. Samuel \\, Pennypacker. 

Sec. John Ashurst, 2000 Delancy PI. 

Club of Odd Volumes. Boston, Mass. 

Ubrarian, George Emory Littlefield, Somervilley 

Mass. 
Sec. E. P. Merritt. 
Membership about 40. 

The Bibliophile Society. Boston, Mass. 
Founded 1897. 

The Duodecimos. New York City 
Founded 1893. Seems to be dead. 

The Dunlap Society. New York City 

Founded 1885 to publish material not in print, 
but worthy of preservation, regarding the 
American stage. 

Sec. E. Jansen Wendell, 8 E. 38th St. Not at 
present active. 



142 



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The Gorges Society. Portland, Me. 
Founded 1884. Dormant. 

The Filson Club. Louisville, Ky. 
Founded 1884. 

" Dofobs," Chicago, 111. 

Sec, Walter M. Hill, 831 Marshall Field Bldg. 

Franklin Club, St. Louis, Mo. 
Membership about 120. 

The Dibdin Club. New York City 
Founded 1897. Dormant. 

The Pegasus. Philadelphia, Pa. 
Founded 1885. Dormant. 

SOCIETIES OF AUTHORS 

The Authors Club. New York City. 

Organized 1882 for literary and library pur- 
poses and promotion of social intercourse 
among authors. Meets alternate Thursdays 
from October to June. 

Sec. Duffield Osborne. 

Treas. Rossiter Johnson. 

Membership about 200. 



CANADA 

LIBRARY ASSOCIATIONS 

Ontario Library Association 

Pres. Lawrence J. Burpee, Ottawa. 

V.'Pres. ist, D. C. R. Charteris, Chatham, Ont.; 

2d, W. F. Moore, Dimdas, Ont. 
Sec. E. A. Hardy, 81 Collier St., Toronto. 
Treas. G. H. Locke, Pub. L., Toronto. 
Board members: A. W. Cameron, David Williams, 

H. J. Clarke, W. O. Carson, M. Grant, W. J. 

Hamilton, 4 others. 
Meeiings, annual, Easter Mon. and Tues. 
Report, annual, Jime or July, or soon after 

meeting. 



SOCIETIES OF AUTHORS 

Canadian Society of Authors 

Founded 1899. Subscriptions: Full Member- 
ship $2; Assodate $2. 
Sec. Pelham Edgar, Victoria College, Toronto. 



GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND 

UBRARY ASSOCIATIONS 

Library Association of the United Kingdom 

(1877) 
Pres. Sir John A. Dewar. 
Sec. L. Stanley Jast, 24 Bloomsbury Square, 

London, W. C. 



Northwestern Branch of the Library Associa 

Pres. C. W. Sutton. 

Sec. Edward McKnight Chorley. 

Birmingham and District Library Associa 

Pres. G, O. Hodges. 
Vice-Pres. W. Salt Brassington. 
Sec. Robert %.. Dent, Aston Manor. 

North Midland Library Association 

Pres. W. J. WiUcock. 

V. Pres. A. Lineker. 

Sec. J. Potter Briscoe, Nottingham. 

Northern Counties Library Association 

Pres. G. W. Byers. 

Sec. H. E. Johnston, Gateshead. 

Library Assistants' Association (1895) 

Pres. W. C. B. Sayers. 

Sec. Henry T. Coutts, Islington, N., Englan^ 

Yorkshire Branch 

Pres. G. W. Strother. 
Sec. Norman Treliving. 

Association of Assistant Librarians 

Chm. R. J. Gourley. 

Sec. W. Moore, Central Library, Belfast. 

Northeastern Branch (1908) 

Chm. J. Walton. 
Sec. R. Wright. 

South Wales Branch (1908) 

Chm. R. G. Williams. 
Sec. Miss J. Taylor. 

Midland Branch (1909) 

Chm. H. W. Checketts. 

5ec. W. Ewart Owen, Public Library, Cover 

Irish Branch 

Scottish Library Association 

Cumann naLeabharlann (1904) 

(Irish association of libraries.) Dublin. 

Medical Library Association (1909) 

Pres. W. Osier. 

Sec. Cuthbert E. A. Clayton, Manchester. 

Museums Association 



BOOK TRADE ORGANIZATION 

Stationers' Company. Stationers' Hall Cc 
E. C. 

Founded 1403 ; Inc. 1557 : present 
built 1674. Registers English copyright m 
rials. Governed by a Master and two Ward 

Clerk f C. R. Rivington, J. P. 

The Stationers' Company is 37th in precede 
among the liveried companies. 



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AMERICAN LIBRARY ANNUAL 



Publishers' AssodatioiL Stationers' Hall Court, 
London. 

Membership about 90, limited to those who 
have carried on a bona-fide book-publishing 
business for a year or more. 

Pres, Wm. Heinemann. 

Sec, W. Poulten. 

Associated Booksellers of Great Britain and 
Ireland, i Bathhurst St., Hyde Park, W. 

Hon. Sec. Edwin Pearce. 



SOCIETIES OF AUTHORS 

Authors' Association, The 

Sec. Galloway Kyle, F. R. S. L., 17 Surrey St., 
Strand, W. C, London. 

Authors' Club, 2 Whitehall Court S. W., London. 

Founded in 1891 by Sir Walt Besant. Sub- 
scription, town, £5 ss a year; suburban, £3 3s; 
provinces, £2 2s; foreign £1. 
Han. Sec. Algernon Rose. Membership 1000. 

Incorporated Society of Authors. 39 Old Queen 
St., Storey's Gate, S. W. London. 
Founded in 1883. Publishes The Author. 
Subscription one guinea per annum. 
Sec. G. Herbert Thring. 

The Quill Club 

Founded 1898. Intended to be a help for 
aspiring authors and literary students. Sub- 
scription I OS yearly. Publishes The QuiU 
Club Circular. 

Pres. Max Pemberton. 

Carres. Sec. Miss Gertrude Garratt, 9 Burma 
Road, Clissold Park, N., London. 

Writers' Club 

Founded 1891. For women engaged in literary 
work of any kind. Membership 300. Sub- 
scription: town, £2 2s; country £1 is. 
Han. Sec. Miss Lynette Mitchell, 10 Norfolk 
St., Strand, W. C, London. 



BIBUOGRAPHICAL SOCIETIES 

The Sette of Odd Volumes 

Membership twice twenty-one. The society 
is for book-lovers and has for motto, " Con- 
viviality and Mutual Admiration." Dines 
monthly and reprints its papers privately as 
" Opuscula." 

Bibliographical Society. 20 Hanover Sq., Lon- 
don. 

Membership 300. Publishers Transactions and 

monographs on bibliographical subjects. 
Han. Sec, A. W. Pollard, British Museiun. 



FRANCE 



LIBRARY ASSOCIATIONS 
Soci6t6 fran^aise de Bibliographie. Paris. 

Association des Bibliothtodres frangais (1906) 

Pres. H. Martin. 
Treas. E. Poir6e. 
Sec. M. Vitrac, Biblioth^ue Nationale, Paris. 

Association des Archi^istes fran^ais 
Pres, H. Stein. 

Association amicale des Bibliothtoiires Univer- 
sitaires frangais 

Pres. E. Chatelain. 
V.'Pres. T. Lande, P. Vanrycke. 
Treas. Ch. Beaulieux. 

Sec. M. Barrau-Dihigo, Library of the Sorbonne, 
Paris. 



BOOK TRADE ORGANIZATIONS 

Cerde de la Librairie. Paris. 

Pres. Albert Gauthier-Villars, Quai des Granda- 

Augustins 55, Paris. 
Sec. Ferd. Marchal, Place Dauphin 27, Paris. 
Treas. Louis Hachette, Boulev. St. Germain, 79, 

Paris. 

Chambre syndicale des Editeurs de musiqney 

Paris. 

V.-Pres. William Enoch, Boulevard des Italiens 

27, Paris. 
Sec, Herman Schoenaers, rue d'Angouleme 66, 

Paris. 



GERMANY 

LIBRARY ASSOCIATIONS 

Verein deutscher Bibliothekare 
Pres, Dr. Schnorr von Carolsfeld. 

Vereinigung bibliothekarisch arbeitender Frauen 

OJfice: Genthiner Strasse 13, Berlin W. 35, 
Germany. 

Vereinigung Oberschlessischer Volksbilchereien. 
Br^au 



BOOK TRADE ORGANIZATIONS 

Boersenverein der Deutschen Bucfahindler, 

Leipzig. 

Pres. Karl Siegismund, Dessauerstraase 13, 

Berlin, S. W. 
Sec, Arthur Seeman, Querstrasse 13, Leipzig. 
Treas. Alfred Voerster, Hospitalstrasse xo, 

Leipzig. 



144 



BOOK TRADE PERIODICALS 



I>eiitsdier Verlegerrereiii 

Pres. Arthur Mdner, Porrienstrasse i6, I^ipzig 
V.'Pres. Dr. Wilhdm Ruprecht, QJttmgen. 

Vereiiiictiiig der Berliner Mitglieder des B5r- 
senTereiiis, Berlin. 

Varetii der Bocfahlndler, Leipzig. 

Prts. Ferdinand Lomnitz, Seeburgstrasse loo, 
Leipzig. 

Korporation der Berliner Buchhftndler, Berlin. 

Verein der Deutschen Musikalienhllndler, 
Leipzig. 



AUSTRIA-HUNGARY 

UBRARY ASSOCIATIONS 
Aicliiyistes of Austria-Hungary 
Oesterreidilacher Verein fiir Bibliothekswesen 

BOOK TRADE ORGANIZATIONS 

Magyar Konyykereakedok Egylette, Budapest. 

Verein der Oesterreichiach-Ungariachen Buch- 
hindier, Vienna. 

ZentralTerein der Zeitungs-Untemehmungen, 
Vienna. 

SPAIN 

BOOK TRADE ORGANIZATIONS 
Asociadon de la libreria de Espanai Madrid 
Centre de la Propiedad Intellectual, Barcelona. 

ITALY 

UBRARY ASSOCIA TIONS 

Sodetll Bibliografica Italiana 

7 ederazione Italiana della Biblioteche Popolari 
Statuto 

BOOK TRADE ORGANIZATIONS 
Aasociazfone Tipografico-Libraria Italiana, 

Pres. Chevalier Pietro Vallardi, Via Stelvio, 
Milan. 

Assodazione Italiana degli Editor! e Negoz- 
ianti di muaica, Milan. 

Sec. Chevalier Marcello Capra, Via Nizza 149, 
Turin. 



BELGIUM 

UBRARY ASSOCIATIONS 

Association des Archivistes et Bibliothtealres 
Beiges (1907) 

Pres, lib. section A. Delmar, archiv. section A 

Verkooven. 
Treas, R. Van Bastelaer. 
Sec, J. Cuvelier, sous-chef de Section aux Archives 

g6n^rales du Royaume. 

Conseil d' Administration de la Biblioth^ue 
Royale de Belgique 

Commission centrale des Petits Archives. 

(Gand) 

Sec, E. Dony, Ath6n6e royal de Mons. 



BOOK TRADE ORGANIZATIONS 

Cercle Beige de la Librairie 

Pres, Ad. Hoste, rue de Calvaire, Gand. 
Sec. Ernest Vandeveld, Avenue de la Braban- 
conne 12, Bruxelles. 



HOLLAND 



UBRARY ASSOCIATIONS 

Vereeniging van openbare Leeszalen in Neder- 
land 

Pres. S. Muller, Fz., The Hague. 

Vereeniging van Archivarissen in Nederiand. 

Trees, J, A. Feith. 

Sec. R. Fruin, archivist of the Kingdom in 
Zeland, Middleburg. 

Maatschappij der Antwerpsche Bibliophilen 

(1878) 
VoorziUer . Paul Cogels. 
Su, Max Rooses (Museum Plantin-Moretus). 



BOOK TRADE ORGANIZATIONS 

Vereeniging ter bevordering van de belangen 
des Boekhandels, Amsterdam. 

Pres. W. P. van Stockiun, Jr., le van den Bosch- 

straat 17, La Haye. 
Sec, Dr. A. G. C. de Vries, Singel 146, Amsterdam 

Nederlandsche Uitgeversbond, Amsterdam. 

Pres, N. G. van Kampen, Singd 330, Amsterdam 
Sec. S. Warendorf, Jr., Keizeragracht 333, 
Amsterdam. 

Vereenidng van Muziekuitgevers en -handelaren 
in Nederiand, Amsterdam. 

Pres. Joh. A. Alsbach, Voetboogstraat zg, 
Amsterdam. 



145 



AMERICAN LIBRARY ANNUAL 



SWITZERLAND 

UBRARY ASSOCIATIONS 

Vereinigung Schweizerischer Bibliothekare 

Su. H. Escher, director, Library of Zurich. 



BOOK TRADE ORGANIZATIONS 

Schweizerischer Buchhflndlerverein 
Pres. Hans Lichtenhahn, Basle. 

Soci6t6 des Libraires et Editeurs de la Suisse 
Romande 



DENMARK 



LIBRARY ASSOCIATIONS 
Denmark Association of Librarians (1905) 

BOOK TRADE ASSOCIATIONS 

L' Association des Editeurs danois, Copenhagen. 
Den Danske Boghandlerforeningi Copenhagen. 



NORWAY 



UBRARY ASSOCIATIONS 

Norske folkeskolers bame- og ungdomsbiblio- 
tekar 



BOOK TRADE ORGANIZATK 

Den Norske Boghandlerforening, Chi 

Pres, Th. Lambrechts, Christiania. 

Den Norske Forlaggerforening, O 

SWEDEN 

BOOK TRADE ORGANIZATK 

Svenska BokfOrlXggareftfreningen, 

Treas, Isidor Adolf Bonnier, Surbnmi 
Stockhokn. 

RUSSIA 

UBRARY ASSOCIA TIONt 
Soci6t6 de Bibioth6conomie of St Pc 

BOOK TRADE ORGANIZATh 
LlJnion des Libraires. Polonais, Vai 

JAPAN 

UBRARY ASSOCIATIONS 

Yamaguchi Prefectural Library i 

(xgxo) 

AUSTRALASIA 

UBRARY ASSOCIATIONS 
Library Association of Australasia (z8 



146 



SELECT LISTS OF LIBRARIES IN THE 
UNITED STATES AND CANADA 



i 

1 



••1 

i 

1 



VJ' 



SELECT LIST OF LIBRARIES IN THE 

UNITED STATES 

Tliis list is intended to include the leading public or semi-public libraries in the United State 
Dt including school libraries, which have not less than 10,000 volumes, and $3,000 annual incom 
id spend not less than $400 annually for books. A number of libraries of growing important 
slow these figures, are also included. The figures are for the last library year, which varies i 
[fferent libraries, but in some cases where a library has failed to supply recent data the late 
atistics available are given and designated with an asterisk (*). 

Location. Name. Librarian, j No. Vols. Accctdoni. IncooM. penditun 

labama 

SkUe and Supreme Court X,., Montgomery, Junius M. Riggs, libn. 

State Dept, of Archives and Hist,, Div. of L, Extension: T: M. Owen, director, Montgomery, has tt 

function of a State Lib, Comn. 
Alabama L. Assoc: 

Birmingham L, Assoc, Nimmo Greene, sec,, Birmingham, 

Auburn Alabama Poly. Inst. . . J. R. Rutland 22,500 

Birmingham Public L. (2 br.) Lila May Chapman 21,084 

Ensley Free Public L Louise Thompson . . 3,600 

Mobile Association Public L . . Leila E. Aunspaugh. 22,000 

Montgomery Library Assoc Laura M. Elmore. . . 9,000 

Montgomery St Dept. Arch. Hist.L.Thomas M. Owen. . . 25,000 

Montgomery State and Sup. Ct. L . . Junius M. Riggs. . . . 43,166 

Talladega Public L Ludle Virden 3,808 

Tuscaloosa Univ. of Alabama Ora loneene Smith. . 20,000 

Tuskegee Carnegie L. (i br.) Chas. W. Wood. . . . 24,000 

lizona 

Arizona State L,, Phanix; H. B. Wilkinson, libn, 

Douglas Copper Queen L Kate A. Goodrich.. . 3,317 

Phceniz Carnegie Public L Mrs. N. A. Morford 8,525 

Phoenix State L 24,000 

Tucson Carnegie Free L J. H. Batte 8,900 

Tucson Univ. of Arizona L.. . .Estelle LutreU 17,360 

• 
rkansas 

State L,, LUtle Rock: Peyton D. English, libn, 

Arkansas L, Assoc,: Miss lone Armstrong, sec,, Carnegie L,, Fort Smith, 

Fayetteville Univ. of Arkansas L. .Mrs. Mary Austin. . 16,700 242 800 8o< 

Fort Smith Carnegie City L lone Armstrong 5,343 737 3,266 43; 

Little Rock Public L M. M. Pugsley 5,818 8x8 

Little Rock State L Peyton D. English.. 50,000 



1,073 


*3,300 


»7« 


5,917 






500 


x,500 


49< 


421 






1,150 


5,453 




850 


• ••••• • 

4,23X 




878 


x,700 


6c< 


700 


2,560 


70< 


300 
663 










6x1 


4,8ox 


76( 


600 


2,000 


45< 


1,335 




3,S« 



• • • • • 



alifomia 

State L,, Sacramento: James M. Gillis, libn. The State Library has the functions of a State Lib, Com 
California L, Assoc,: AUce J. Haines, sec,. State Library, Sacramento, 

Alameda Free L. (i br.) Mrs. M. H. Krauth. 37,825 x,8xa 9,194 x,97 

Alhambra Public L Mrs. M. P. Smith.. . 6,953 4i8oo 

Bakersfield Beale Mem. L. (i br.) .Sarah E. Bedinger . . 9,000 624 

149 



• ••••• 



AMERICAN LIBRARY ANNUAL 



Location. 



Name. 



Librarian. 



No. Vols. Acceatioiit. Income 



CtHdionUi— Continued 

Berkeley Acad, of Pacific Coast 

Bist, L Fred. J. Teggart .... 60,000 

Berkeley Pac. Theol. Sem. L . . . George T. Tolson. . . 11,173 

Berkeley Pac. Unitarian Sch. Min. L.G. H. CMcGrew 7,407 

Berkeley Public L. (4 br.) David R. Moore 39,666 

Berkeley Univ. of Cal. L J. C. Rowell 2x2,345 

Chico State Norm. Sch. L. . .Margaret £. Dold. . 16,897 

Claremont Pomona Coll. L. (ibr.) Julia StefiFa 15,330 



5,746 

5,214 

6,097 

12,012 

S.084 



10,121 

5,071 . 
8,000 

5,334 



10,193 
4,000 

4,547 
11,000 

73,886 



Corona Public L Grace M. Taber 

Covina Public L Mrs.H. M. Faulder . 

Eureka Free L Henry A. Kendal. . . 

Fresno Public L. (19 br.) Sarah £. McCardle . 

Hayward Public L Mrs. £. Creelman. . . 

Long Beach Free Public L. (3 br.). .Victoria Ellis 20,647 

Los .\ngeles County Law L Thos. W. Robinson. 23,000 

Los Angeles Occidental Coll. L Geo. F. Cook 7,667 

Los Angeles Public L. (13 br.) Everett R. Perry. . . 166,045 

Los Angeles State Normal Sch. L . . Elizabeth H. Fargo . 19,665 

Los Angeles Univ. So. Cal. L Charlotte M. Brown 

Los Gatos Public L Mrs. M. C. Proctor . 

Marysville City L Mary E. Subers 

Merced County Free L. (i3br.) Winifred H. Bigley. . 

Monrovia Public L Ellyn T. Hill 5,029 

Mount Hamilton . . Lick Observatory L. . . Dr. R. G. Aitken . . . 7,700 

Napa Goodman L C. B. Seeley 

Nevada City Free Public L Mrs. Melissa Fuller. 

Oakland Alameda Co. Free L. (15 br.).Mary Barmby 

Oakland Alameda Co. Law L. . . Eloise B. Cushing. . . 

Oakland Free L. (23 br.) Chas. S. Greene 

Ontario Public L K. A. Monroe 5,486 

Orange Free Public L Mrs. Anna C. Field . 5,544 

Pacific Grove Public L Elizabeth S. Jones. . 5,031 

Palo Alto Public L Ann Hadden 6,769 

Pasadena Public L. (2 br.) Nellie M. Russ 32,000 

Petaluma Public L Sara Frances Cassiday 10,353 

Pomona Public L S. M. Jacobus 20,147 

Redlands A. K. Smiley Pub. L. . Artena M. Chapin. . 20,231 

Riverside Public L. (5 br.) Joseph F. Daniels.. . 31,600 

Sacramento Free Pub. L. (26 br.) . . Lauren W. Ripley . . 51,986 

Sacramento State L J. L. Gillis ^73,395 

San Anselmo San Francisco Theol. Sem. L 18,000 

San Bernardino. . . . Free Public L Carrie S. Waters 12,769 

San Diego Free Public L. (i br.). . Mrs. H. P. Davison . 37,509 

San Diego State Norm. Sch. L. . .Mrs. C. G. Robinson 10,521 

San Francisco Bar Assoc. L George J. Martin . . . 10,500 

San Francisco Cal. Acad. Sciences L. . Louis Falkenau 15,000 

San Francisco Lane Med. L. Stan. Univ 38,209 

San Francisco Law L James H. Deering. . 25,765 

San Francisco Ligue Nationale Fran- 

Caise L Mrs. H. Gu^rard. . . 10,719 

San Francisco Mech. Mercantile L. . . Francis B. Graves . . 35,392 

San Francisco Public L. (6 br.) 107,374 

San Francisco State Norm. Sch. L. . .Mrs. M. B. Bennett. 10,731 

San Francisco Sutro L 125,000 

150 



5,682 
14,114 

1,330 



462 



2,274 

516 

22,019 

846 

x,S32 

300 



249 

340 



8,807 



566 
4,079 

2,591 
2,357 
5,986 

6,414 
4,183 , 



2,00( 

X9,S4' 
27,98; 



4,oo< 

2,Sa 
i,35< 
4,S7< 

15,99! 
1, 00c 

20,08« 
I2,pOC 

138,05c 

# • • • ■ • 1 

3,82e 

X,20C 

2,60c 

17,65^ 

2,20c 
30c 

3,59< 

X,20C 

iS,ooc 

3,00c 

78,24< 
2,6a 

1,38^ 

2,I0C 

5,291 
25,00c 

2,6oc 

7,64^ 

10,66: 

X7,I2J 

23,70c 
49,20c 



1,282 
3,629 


6,87i 
1,796^ 




I,2CX 

• ••••• 1 


2,300 


• ■••••• 

X9,oo< 


3,449 
14,934 


3i50c 
X3.32" 
80^ 




3,703 



LIBRARY LIST FOR UNITED STATES 



Location. 



Name. 



Librarian. 



No. Vols. Accessions. 



- Book Ex- 

Income, penditures. 



California — Continued 

San Mateo Public L 

San Jose Coll. Pac. L 

San Jose Free Public (2 br.). . . . 

San Jose State Norm. Sch. L. . . 

San Luis Obispo. . .Free Public L 

San RafaeL Public L 

Santa Ana Free Public L 

Santa Barbara Free Public L. (i 2 br.) 

Santa Clara S. Clara Coll. L 

Santa Cruz Public L. (2 br.) 

Santa Monica Public L. (i br.) 

Santa Rosa Free Public L 

South Pasadena. . .Public L 

Stockton Free Pub. L. (18 sta.) . 

Tulare Free Public L 

VaUejo PubUc L 

Ventura Public L 

Watsonville Public L 

Woodland FreeL 

WhitUer PubUcL 

Yolo County Free L 



I. M. Crawford 



NeUMcGinley 

RuthRoyce 

Vera M. Cleghom . . 

May Cooper 

J. £. McFadden — 
Frances Bums Linn . 
Rev. H. E. Boesch . . 
M. H. Waterman. . . 

Elfie A. Mosse 

Margaret A. Bamett 

Nellie S. Keith 

W. F. Clowdsley. . . 
Mrs. E.B. Oakford. 
L. Gertrude Doyle . . 
Florence Vandever. . 
Belle M.Jenkins. . . 
Mrs. Ada Wallace . . 
Emily M. Seegmiller 
Stella Huntington . . 



6,796 

9»94i 

19,363 
12,841 

7,189 

8,687 

",503 

21,457 
27,780 

18,464 

iS»i07 

16,850 

9,000 

51,963 
5,731 
9,114 
5,102 
6,088 
7,000 

7,395 
5,253 



587 3,028 2,762 



1,699 


8,153 


x,577 


608 


1,129 


467 


S40 


3i72X 


830 




3,000 




1,063 


4,324 


1,102 


3,6X3 


12,560 
4,887 


2,589 


1,556 


4,500 


7,639 


443 


4,500 




5,096 


16,450 
2,800 

3,767 
1,400 

1,000 

1,289 

3,675 
5,000 


4,579 



Colorado 

State X,., Denver: Mrs. Helen M. Wixson, libn, 
Colorado State Bd. of L. Comn.: Geo. M. Lee, sec., Denver, 
Colorado Trav, L. Comn.: Mrs. Jas. D. Whitmore, sec.y Room 
Colorado L, Assoc.: H. E. Richie, sec.. Public Library, Denver. 

Boulder Univ. of Colo. L C. Henry Smith. . . . 

Cafion City Public L E. Agnes Woods. . . . 

Colorado Springs.. .N. P. CobumL Manly D. Ormes.. . . 

Colorado Springs.. .Public L Lucy W. Baker 

Denver Public L. (3 sta.) Chalmers Hadley. . . 

Denver State L Helen M. Wixson. . . 

Fort Collins. Public L Elfreda Stebbins 

Fort Collins State Ag. Coll. L Charlotte A. Baker. 

Golden Colo. Sch. Mines L Mabel C. Shrum. . . 

Greeley State Norm. Sch. L. . .Albert F. Carter. . . . 

La Junta Young Folks' L . . . . . .Agnes Westbrook. . . 

Leadville Public L Louise S. Adams. . . 

Longmont Public L Rebecca Day 

Ouray Walsh Public L Helen Shank 

Pueblo McClelland P. L.(i br.)Mary L. Strang 

Trinidad Carnegie Public L Andrew J. Floyd. . . 



10, Capitol, Demver. 



60,506 

5,249 
60,000 

32,448 
130,000 

38,678 

7,729 
30,762 

11,119 

35,000 

i6,i4S 

5,735 
2,750 

7,817 
25,278 
13,101 



5,386 

314 
3,386 
1,912 

8,633 

2,4X1 

947 

x,779 
548 
350 

755 
462 

628 

X56 

X444 



Connecticttt 

State £., HiNiford: G: S. Godard, libn. 

Conn. Public JJb. Committee: Caroline M. Hewins, sec., Hartford, Conn. 

Conn. L. Assoc.: Alice Wilde, Box 418, Bridgeport, 

Ansonia Ansonia L Ruby E. Steele 17,200 

Branford J. Blackstone Mem. L. 

(i br.) Mrs. H. L. Palmer. . 27,662 

Bridgeport Public L Calhoun Latham. . . 55,560 

Bristol Public L. (i br.) Chas. L. Wooding. . 20,001 

Danbury Danbury L Fanny P. Brown.. . . 19,334 

Danielson. Free Public L Evelyn H. Curtis. . . 8,200 

151 



1,101 

2,040 

3,019 
3,066 

1,001 
323 



22,500 
6,258 



4,600 2,000 

7,650 1,689 

65,000 8,000 

x,5oo 

3,419 x,28o 

4,677 900 

X,27I 

3,600 

3,506 900* 

2,372 219 

1,730 720* 

600 757 

7,407 1,702 

3,778 1,517 



4,754 4,300 



1,877 
3,330 
1406 



1,400 



225 



AMERICAN LIBRARY ANNUAL 



Location. 



Name. 



Librarian. 



No. Vols* Accessions. Income 



Connecticut — Continued 

Derby Public L Minnie B. Cotter. . . 16,194 922 

Fairfield Fairfield Mem. L Emma F. Wakeham. 9,088 353 

Greenwich Greenwich L Mary M. Miller. .. . 9,468 407 

Hartford Case Mem. L Charles S. Thayer. . . 95,939 1,778 

Hartford Conn. Hist. Soc. L. . . .Albert C. Bates. . . . 30,000 676 

Hartford Hartford Bar L Hettie Gray Baker. . 8,069 4^^ 

Hartford Pubb'c L. (i br.) Caroline M. Hewins. 100,000 4,560 

Hartford State L Geo. S. Godard .... 104,087 4,087 

Hartford Trinity College L Walter B. Briggs . . . 60,572 2,351 

Hartford .Watkinson (Ref.) L.. .Frank B. Gay 81,085 1,811 

Litchfield Wolcott&Litchfld.CX.Katharine Baldwin. 10,257 465 

Meriden Curtis Mem. L Corinne A. Deshon. . 18,972 769 

Middlefield L. E. Coe (Mem.) P. L.Lucretia R. Scott. . . 5,267 211 

Middletown Russell Free L. (2 br.). Laura F. Philbrook. . 20,994 785 

Middletown Wesleyan Univ. L . . . .William J. James . . . 86,700 2,819 

Milford Taylor L W. S. Chase 11,498 503 

Naugatuck H. Whittemore Mem.L. Ellen Spencer ",539 795 

New Britain New Britain Inst. L. . . Anna G. Rockwell . . 36,000 4,067 

New Haven Free Public L. (2 br.) .Willis K. Stetson. . . 98,000 9,481 

New Haven Yale University L. . . . J. C. Schwab 700,000 29,150 

New Haven Young Men's Inst. L. .Abigail Dunn 25,214 900 

New London Public L. (i br.) Helen Kilduff Gay . 32,363 1,305 

New Milford Public L. (i br.) Elizabeth H. Noble. 8,699 425 

Norfolk Norfolk L. (i br.) P. W. Johnson 1 7,400 684 

Norwalk Public L Dotha S. Pinnco 10447 585 

Norwich Otis L Jonathan TnunbuU. 39,577 1,811 

Norwich Peck L Helen Marshall 15,500 191 

Putnam Free Public L E. J. Kinney 4,815 211 

Ridgefield Ridgefield L Jennie Smith 7,765 398 

Rockville Public L Bessie E. Beckwith . 10,301 604 

Salisbury Scoville Mem. L Margaret Travis. . . . 8,604 278 

Sharon Hotchkiss L Flora A. Ryan 5,770 304 

Shelton Plumb Mem. L. (2 br.) Jessamine Ward. . . . 11,858 795 

South Manchester. . Free L Mary J. Easton 9*546 430 

South Norwalk .... Public L. & ReadingR.Agnes E. Blanchard. 9,729 530 

Southport Pequot L J. S. Heydrick 37,785 850 

Stamford Ferguson L Alice M. Colt 2,682 

Storrs Conn. Agri. Coll. L . . . Edwina M.Whitney. 11,950 320 

Stratford L. Assoc. L Frances B. Russell . . 14,166 463 

Suffield Kent Mem. L L. M. Stedman 17,690 302 

Torrington Torrington L Louise T. Mason. . . 12,000 1,100 

Wallingford Public L. (i br.) Emma Lewis 10,491 715 

Waterbury Silas Bronson L.(3 br.) .Helen Sperry . ..... 86,080 4,866 

Watertown Watertown L Jennie M. Smith 8,749 650 

Willimantic Norm. Training Sch. L.Florence A. Grant.. 13,225 603 

Winsted Beardsley L Helena B. Alford . . . 13,474 459 

Winsted Gilbert High Sch. L. . . Anna Hadley 9,41 7 584 



D elaware 

State Z,., Dover: Thomas W. Wilson, Uhn. 

Delanare State L. Covin.: H. Ridgely Harrington, sec., Dover. 

Dover State L Thomas W. W' ilson . 

Wilmington Inst. Free L. (i br.). . .A. L. Bailey 

152 



50,000 
73,112 



5,461 



LIBRARY LIST FOR UNITED STATES 

Location. Name. Librarian. No. Vols. Accessions. Income. penditurM. 

District of Columbia 

District of Columbia L, Assoc.: C. Se3nnour Thompson, sec., Public L. Washihgton 

Washington Cath. Univ. L Rev. Wm. Turner.. . 70,741 3,939 

Washington Geo. Wash. Univ. L... .A. F.W.Schmidt... 34,333 1,532 

Washington Howard Univ., Car. L . Flora L. P. Johnson . 24,825 567 i ,500 615 

Washington Lib. of Congress Herbert Putnam. . . 1,891,729 98,571 655,355 108,000 

Washington Public L. (i br.) Geo. F. Bowerman. . 140,736 . 17,558 65,834 9,779 

Washington Smithsonian Inst. L. . .Paul Brockett 225,000 13,508 15,040 * 

Florida 

Florida L. Assoc: Joseph L. Wheeler, sec., Public L, Jacksonville. 

De Land J. B. Stetson Univ. L. . Sara Wooster Eno . . 16,737 i,445 * 

Jacksonville Free Pubh'c L Joseph L. Wheeler. . 23,476 2,706 15,715 1,856 

Tallahassee State Coll. for Wm. L.Mary W. Apthrop. . 5,000 300 1,392 * 

Georgia 

StaU L., Atlanta: Mrs. M. B. Cobb, libn. 

Georgia L. Comn.: Mrs. Perdval Sneed, sec., Carnegie L., Atlanta, 

Georgia L. Assoc.: Katharine H. Wootten, sec., Carnegie L,, Atlanta. 

Athens Univ. of Georgia L. . . . Duncan Burnet .... 38,000 

Atlanta Atlanta Univ. L Mary R. Clarke. . . . 14,051 

Atlanta Carnegie L. (i br.). . . . Kath. H. Wootten . . 58,000 

Atlanta Georgia Sch. of Tech.L.Laura Hammond. . . 7,000 

Atlanta State L Mrs. Maud B. Cobb 60,000 

Macon Mercer Univ. L Sallie G. Boone 20,000 

Macon Public L. & His. Soc L.W. A. Huff 13,000 

Newnan Carnegie L ii,on 

Oxford Emory College L H. H. Stone 31,000 

Savannah Public L William Harden. . . . 41,861 

Hawaii 

Honolulu L. & Reading R. Assoc.Edna I. Allyn 17,129 

Honolulu Oahu Coll., Cooke L. . .Doris £. Girdler. . . . 15,000 

Idaho 

State L., Boise: Minnie P. Dunton, libn. 

Idaho State L. Comn.: E. Louise Johnson, sec, Boise. 

Boise Carnegie Public L Mary L. Wood 12,402 1,761 

Boise StateL Minnie P. Dimton . . 12,655 

Lewiston Carnegie Public L Margaret G. Guycr . 5,350 546 2,338 400* 

Moscow Univ. of Idaho L Belle Sweet 25,500 2,500 3,000 

Pocatello Acad, of Idaho L Gretchen Smith 6,500 2,504 1,000 850 

Pocatello Public L Martha L. Christian 2,800 500 1,900 350 

Illinois 

State L., Springfidd: James A. Rose, libn. 

Illinois L. Extension Comn.: Mrs. Eugenie M. Bacon, sec., Decatur. 

Illinois L. Assoc.: F. K. W. Drury, sec., Univ. oj Illinois, Urbana. 

Chicago L. Club: Harrie fidna Brooke, sec, Newberry L., Chicago. 

Club of the Univ. of Illinois: Gertrude Morton, sec, L. School, Univ. of Illinois Urbana. 

Alton J. D. Hayner L. Assn. .Florence Dolbee i4,934 

Aurora Public L James Shaw 27,177 

Batavia Public L Cassie W. Stephens. 9,000 

BelleviUe Public L M. Ethel Huff 28,176 

Belvidere Ida Public L Elizabeth Ballard. . . 11,074 

153 



1,412 


5,785 


1,900* 


173 


250 


250 


8,700 


23,060 


6,200 


639 


2,674 


2,705 


848 


3,000 


3,000 

* 


700 


1,000 


490* 


259 


1,157 


i8o* 




977 


286* 


4,163 


8.083 


2,197 


947 


8,585 


1,214 


3,000 


6,000 


3,000 



678 






2,044 


9,660 


2,098 


301 


2,500 


350 


1,180 


3,500 


986 


316 


1,000 


389 



AMERICAN LIBRARY ANNUAL 



Location. 



NauAC. 



Librarian. 



No. Vols. Accessions. Income 



IXdnKns^-CotUinued 

Bloomington Withers Public L. (3 br.)Nellie £. Parham. . 25,000 

Blue Island Public L Ida Ludlow L 7»575 

Cairo Public L. (i br.) Mrs. L. L.Powell. . . 17,000 

Canton Parlin Public L Josephine H. Resor . 8,926 

Carbondale Wheeler L Etna Phillips 23,855 

Centralia Public L Celia M. Miles 6,203 

Champaign Public L. (i br.) Jeanette Roberts. . . z8,ooo 

Charleston E. 111. State No. Sch. L.Mary J. Booth 16,017 

Chicago Armour Inst. Tech. L..Mrs. Julia Beveridge 25,853 

Chicago Chic. Hist. Soc. L . . . . C. M. Mcllvaine. . . 50,000 

Chicago Field M. of Nat. H. L. . Essie Lippincott. . . . 55,000 

Chicago John Crerar L C. W. Andrews 286,829 

Chicago Lewis Inst. L Frances S. Talcott. . 19,216 

Chicago McCormick Th. Sem.L.Andrew C. Zenos. . . 33,000 

Chicago Municipal L F. A. Eastman 7»ooo 

Chicago Newberry L W. N. C. Carlton. . . 316,469 

Chicago Public L. (22 br.) Henry E. Legler. . . . 465,851 

Chicago Ryerson L. of Art Inst . Mary Van Home. . . 6,91 1 

Chicago Teachers* Coll. L Helena L. Dickey. . . 20,000 

Chicago Theol.Sem.,HammndL.Marvin D. Bisbee . . 31,065 

Chicago University Club L Lloyd W. Josselyn . . 8,437 

Chicago Univ. of Chicago L Ernest D. Burton. . . 357,363 

Chicago West. Theol. Sem. L. .Dr. Francis J. Hall.. 15,796 

Chicago Heights . . . Free Public L Estella A. Cossaart . 5,000 

Danville Public L J. E. Durham 28,556 

Decatur Free Public L Alice G. Evans 30,983 

Decatur J. Milliken Univ. L . . .Anne M. Boyd 6487 

De Kalb Haish L J. M. Jandell 16,040 

East St. Louis Public L J. Lyon Woodruff. . . 27,463 

Elgin Gail Borden Pub. L.. .K. L. Abbott 38,740 

Evanston Northwestern Univ. L.Walter Lichtenstein. 83,675 

Evanston Public L. (2 sta.) Mary B. Lindsay. . . 47,354 

Freeport Public L Harriet Lane 29,367 

Galena Public L Ava E. Hurst 8,389 

Galesburg Free Public L (4 sta.). . Anna F. Hoover 39i20i 

Geneseo Public L Ella L. Sawyer 9»"9 

Highland Park. .... Public L Mary A. Jennings. . . 7,098 

Jacksonville Public L Lorena N. Webber. . 16,684 

Joliet Public L R. M. Barickman. . . 34,921 

Kankakee Public L Bessie S. Clapp 9,280 

Kewanee Public L Lucile M. Cully. . . . 10,299 

La Grange Free Public L Louise E. De Witt. . 7,600 

Lake Forest Lake Forest Coll. L . . . Mable Powell 24,383 

Lake Forest Public L Esther Johnston 8,000 

La Salle Public L K. G. Coleman 8,000 

Lincoln Public L Ida M. Webster 14*701 

Macomb Free Public L Mahala Phelps 9,568 

Mattoon Public L. (i br.) Blanche Gray 8,090 

Mendota Graves Public L R. M. Blakeslee 7,753 

Moline Public L Minnie M. Kohler . . 20,043 

Monmouth Warren Co. L. (5 br.) .Thos. H. Rogers. . . . 23,820 

Monticello Allerton Public L Lyda Coleman 5»no 

Normal 111. S. Norm. Univ. L. . Ange. V. Milner 24,800 

Oak Park Public L Mabel A. Thain 22,488 

154 



1,500 8,5o< 

575 i.70< 

5,6o< 

271 2,00( 

800 X,20( 

171 2,634 

1,040 4,5o< 

352 2,00< 

2,500 

2,306 

18,676 2X8,2I< 

1,330 

4,000 2,7o< 

400 7,37- 

53,235 105*03: 

49415 3x3,86: 

773 

1,400 1,401 

1,269 

7,6a 

23,704 

450 

1,914 8,i3< 

2,147 11,04 

313 7o< 

1,548 2,oo< 

1,318 11,951 

1,500 17,97; 

4,733 17,3s 

2,254 xx,97< 

1,699 5,4<* 

200 2,431 

1,756 8,06 

336 3,oo< 

440 x,so 

692 4,20 

2,605 X2,X2I 

600 4,07^ 

660 6,00 

750 X,2S 

1,481 

782 2,20 

814 4,35 

x,8i7 3,38 

521 

625 2,47 

264 x,io 

1,677 xo,7o 

62s 3,40 

xoo 2,00 

1,875 4i76 

2,718 10^ 



LIBRARY LIST FOR UNITED STATES 



Location. 



Name. 



Librarian. 



No. Vols. Accessions. 



. Book Ex- 

Income, penditures. 



minois — Continued 

Ottawa Reddick's L Mrs. E. L. Petitclerc. 13,650 

Pckin Public L Anna M. Smith 8,000 

Peoria Bradley Poly. Inst. L.E. H. Buraside .... 6,742 

Peoria Public L. (2 br.) E. S. Willcox 106,976 

Pontiac Public L Nell Thornton 6,500 

Pullman Public L Bertha S. Ludlam. . 12,000 

Quincy Free Public L Margaret Ringier.. . 32,435 

Rock Island Public L Ellen Gale 22,598 

Rockford Public L. (i br.) Jane P. Hubbell 55,082 

Shelbyville Free Public L Grace L. Westervelt. 6,505 

Springfield Lincoln L Henry C. Remann. . 52,336 

Springfield State L James A. Rose 51,270 

Springfield State Historical Soc. L.Mrs. Jessie P. Weber 20,000 

Sterling Public L Sadie F. Murphy. . . 10,007 

Streator Public L Mrs. M. L. Wright. . 14,642 

Urbana Free L Ida B. Hanes 18,300 

Urbana Univ. of 111. L P. L. Windsor 200,747 

Waukegan Pub. L Lucy M. Clarke 6,457 

Wilmette Public L Anna Law 4,694 

Indiana 

State L,, Indianapolis: Demarchus C. Brown, libn. 

Indiana Public L, Comn.: Carl H. Milam, 5ec., 104 Stale House, Indianapolis, 

Indiana L. Assoc,: Lois \, Johnstone, sec., Franklin Coll. L., Franklin. 
Indianapolis L, Club: Lilian Henley, sec,, State L,, Indianapolis, 

Alexandria Public L. (6 sta.) Nannie W. Jayne. . . 4,175 

Anderson Carnegie Public L. . . .K. A. Chipman i7,744 

Aurora Public L Luella C. W>Tnond . 5,300 

Bedford Public L Georgia A. Friedley . 9,559 

Bioomington Indiana Univ. L W. E. Jenkins 82441 

BlufiFton Public L Isabel DuBois 8,907 

Brazil Public L Agnes McCrea 6,500 

Columbia City People's Free L Jane H. Collins i3,S74 

Columbus Public L A. J. Dipboye 10,168 

Connersville Public L Isabel Ball 5,738 

Crawfordsville Carnegie Public L Susan K. Beck 10,579 

Crawfordsville Wabash Coll. L Harry S. Wedding . . 46,500 

£ast Chicago Public L. (i br.) Anne D. Swezey 3,217 

Elkhart Carnegie L Ella F. Corwm 18,881 

Elwood Public L. (i br.) Mary N. Baker 9,058 

Evansville Willard L O. Goslee 35,ooo 

Fort Wayne Concordia Coll. L W. H. Kruse 10,000 

Fort Wayne Public L M. M. Colerick 32,447 

Frankfort Public L Ethel Brumbaugh . . 5,304 

Franklin Franklin Coll. L Lois A. Johnstone . . 17,733 

Gary Public L. (i br.) Louis J. Bailey 17,331 

Goshen Carnegie Public L . . . . Ella R. Heatwole. . . 9,746 

Greencastle Carnegie Public Belle S. Hanna 9,656 

Greencastle Depauw Univ. L Leona M. Powell . . . 36,788 

Hammond Public L. (2 br.) Jeanie L. Sawyer . . . 9495 

Hanover Hanover Coll. L Leila Garritt 23,000 

Hartford City Public L Grace Home 5,573 

Huntington City Free L Winifred F. Ticer. . . 21,000 

Indianapolis Butler Coll. L Margaret Carlisle. . . 16,000 

Indianapolis Law L Omar O'Horrow. . . . 40,000 

IS5 



603 


4,500 


1,000 


873 


3.562 


690* 


351 


2,000 


457 


4,950 


20,252 


4,081 


500 


1,740 


450* 


487 






1,834 


8,265 


8,064 


2,056 


7,121 


1,669 


2,943 


17427 


2,656 


483 


1,565 


427 


3,299 


14,695 


3,029 


4,118 


4,000 




1,000 


8,100 


* 


282 


2,000 


300 


684 


3,500 


578 


994 


2,000 


900 


30,239 




35,000 


164 


3,537 


144* 


499 


1,800 


300 



405 


2,069 


316 


548 


6,000 


643 


315 


450 


250* 


516 


2,200 


8oo* 


5,040 


",548 


11,508 


357 


1,455 


496 


250 


2,000 


2,000 


500 


2,000 


* 


951 


8,816 


688 


972 


2,651 


877 


602 


2,500 


646 


936 




1,051 


x,3S3 


6,182 


1,249 


1,371 


7,910 


1,411 


1,38s 


4,912 


1,280 


1,750 


4,545 


1,378 


25 


100 


lOO* 


3,535 


24,196 


2,788* 


249 


4,648 


* 


345 


802 


594* 


9,247 


12,305 


4,666 


590 


3,275 
2,000 


808 


2,765 






794 


3,543 


1,239 


3,000 




* 


707 


2,296 


2,165 


1,406 


4,200 




340 




• 


600 


S,ooo 


♦ 



AMERICAN LIBRARY ANNUAL 

Location. Name. Librarian. No. Vols. Acceniont. Income, penditoxcs, 

Indiana — Continued 

Indianapolis Public L. (12 br.) Eliza G. Bro¥ming. . 158,605 8,066 76,000 7,500 

Indianapolis State L Demarchus C.Brown 56,198 2,1x6 X9»x69 4,000 

JefFcrsonville Township Public L. . . BerthaF.Poindezter 8,387 360 2,193 398 

Rokomo Carnegie Public L Idabelle Ford X3»79i 54i 5f63i 724 

Lafayette Public L Mrs. Virginia Stein . 28,732 925 6,000 1,004 

Lafayette Purdue Univ. L Wm. M. Hepburn. . 23,000 1,958 7,072 1,200* 

La Porte Public L Jennie B. Jessup. . . . 17,701 721 4,x86 608 

Lebanon PubUc L Mrs. C. O. Bynum . . 4,554 40X 1,760 303* 

Linton Public L Margaret McGauhy. 3,089 832 x,750 500 

Logansport Public L Alice D. Stevens. . . 15,850 533 3,SOO 458* 

Madison Public L Nellie G. Harper . . . 9,000 x8i 500 200* 

Marion Public L Edith C. Baldwin. . . 20,747 1,857 7*6o6 7.606 

Michigan City Public L Amalia Aicher 10,976 684 3,500 885 

Mimcie Public L. (8 sta.) M. E. Streeter 28,515 1,510 10,029 8,291 

New Albany Public L Annette L. Clark. . . 17,610 950 3.971 995 

New Harmony Working Men's Inst.L.Arthur Dransfidd. . 16,030 839 5*963 838 

Peru Public L Zada Mary Carr 7,766 670 3,S9i i»i50 

Portland Public L MaryBoltin 7,480 628 1,500 687* 

Princeton PublicL Julia A. Mason 10,506 717 * 

Rennselaer Public L Mrs. E. S. Tillman. . 5,956 233 300 1,67s* 

Richmond Earlham Coll. L Harlow Lindley 20,000 1,250 1,600 * 

Richmond Morrison Reeves P. L.Ada L. Bernhardt.. . 39,736 1,916 7,534 i»^* 

St. Meinrad St. Meinrad Coll. L . . . Albert KJeber 24,000 400 200* 

Shelbyville Carnegie Public L Ida A. Lewis 11,265 675 3,000 • 

South Bend Notre Dame Univ. L. . Florence M. Espy. . . 70,000 

South Bend Public L Virginia M. Tutt. . . 18,500 1,874 xi,464 

Terre Haute E. Fairbanks Mem. L.. . . S. C. Hughes 32,141 1,452 13,704 9,901 

Terre Haute State Normal L A. Cimningham 54,285 5,650 14,170 7,510 

Tipton Public L Mrs. Sam. Matthews 5,003 676 1,600 675* 

Valparaiso Public L Bertha Joel 5,243 782 2,373 337 

Vincennes University L Grace V. Ellis 16,425 400 200 200 

Wabash Carnegie L Eunice D. Henley. . . 7,252 504 2,000 500 

Washington Carnegie Public L. . . .Helen H. Allen 91I85 346 3,000 1,000 

West Lafayette Purdue Univ. L Wm. M. Hepburn. . 25,500 2,396 7,472 i,554 

Whiting Public L Helen V. Calhoun.. . 7,428 920 6,584 

Iowa 

State L.y Des Moines: Johnson Brigham, libn. 

Iowa L, Comn.: Alice S. Tyler, sec.y State Historical Bldg.y Des Moines, 

Iowa L. Assoc.: L. L. Dickerson, sec.^ Coll. A., Grinnell. 

Iowa City L, Club: Hazel Hay ward, sec.^ Iowa City. 

Algona Free Public L Mrs. E. M. Horton . 6,370 

Ames State Coll. L. (2 br.) . .Lavinia E. Clark. . . 32,528 

Anamosa Public L Elsie Remley 4»555 

Atlantic Free Public L Mary X. Adams. . . 5,060 

Boone Ericson Public L Bessie Moffatt 13,368 

Burlington Free Public L Miriam B. Wharton. 32,411 

Cedar Falls Free Public L Eunice H. Overman. 6,856 

Cedar Falls I. St. Tea. . Coll. L Mary Dunham 33,648 

Cedar Rapids Masonic L Newton R. Parvin . . 25,000 

Cedar Rapids Public L E. Joanna Hagey . . . 25,475 

Centerville Drake Free Public L . .Linna Ulrich 6,332 

Charles City Public L Belle Caldwell 7,506 

Cherokee Public L Nellie J. Wellman.. . 6,837 

156 



• • • • • 



263 


1,384 


335 


2,87s 


12,600 


6,200 


271 


1,240 


164 




1,476 


t 


830 


2,973 


385 


1,750 


9»73i 


l,J7J 




2,119 


• 


3,589 


7,500 


5,000 


1,000 


6,564 


«78' 


4,348 


12,810 


«» 


207 


2,608 


176* 


36s 


1,531 


337 


476 


z>444 


36s 



LIBRARY LIST FOR UNITED STATES 



ion. 



tinned 



Name. 



Librarian. 



No. Vols. Accessions. 



Public L Ruth Knowlton. . . 

Free Public L Anna M. Tarr. . . . 

Free Public L Sara L. Sheppard. . 

Bluffs Free Public L Mary E. Dailey . . . 

>rt Public L. (2 sta.) Grace D. Rose .... 

Luther Coll. L Chr. A. Naeseth. . . 

Free Public L Grace E. Myers . . . 

aes. . i Drake Univ. L Rae Stockham .... 

nes Free Public L Ella M. McLoney. . 

lies Free Traveling L Margaret W. Brown 

aes State L. (3 br.) Johnson Brigham. . 

: Carnegie Stout F.PX. Lillian B. Arnold. . 

Free Public L H. M. Dysart 

igc Free Public L Sabra L. Nason . . . 

dison Caltermole Mem. L. . . Rebecca Hesser . . . 

, Grinnell Coll. L L. L. Dickerson . . . 

Stewart Public L Stella L. Wiley. . . . 

1 Public L Helen L. Sweet. . . . 

I Public L Hannah M. Babb. . 

y Public L Helen McRaith. . . 

y State Hist. Soc. la. L. . Eliza L. Johnson . . 

y State Univ. of la. L. . .Malcolm G. Wyer. . 

Public L Nannie P. Fulton. . 

Free Public L Mae Smith 

ter Free Public L Arabella C. Woods. 

sta Free Public L Ida M. Simpson. . . 

town Public L. (3 br.) Anna M. Kimberly 

ity Public L Bertha S. Baird. . . 

leasant . . . Free Public L Mrs. F. McKibben. 

leasant ... la. Weslejran Coll. L . . M. Blanche Swan. . 

ion Cornell Coll. L May L. Fairbanks. 

le P. M. Musser Pub. L. . Mrs. E. L. Mahin. . 

Free Public L Kate E. Thompson 

Free Public L Mrs. C. V. Bryant. 

Public L. (4 br.) Ellen I. True 

a Public L. (i br.) Marie Minton 

I Public L May B. Ditch 

:y Momingside Coll. L. . . Blanche V. Watts. . 

y Public L. (2 sta.) Jeannette M. Drake 

, Free Public L Eliz. F. Williams. . 

ton Jane A. Chilcote P. L. . Eva Glenn Denny. 

» Public L Fanny Duren 

City Kendall Young L Edw. D. Burgess . . 

t. Public L Mary Cassidy 



6,272 
17,323 

S,020 

32,056 
33,307 
17,313 
5,632 
24,518 
53,058 
21,579 
128,343 
43,596 
24,016 

12,405 
6,777 

44,558 
9,100 

5,915 

6,153 
11,614 

25,287 
85,000 

30,II2 

5,476 

5,074 
8,186 

14,332 
10,245 
11,161 
10,175 

35,868 

12,767 

6,100 

7,581 

6,664 

10,307 

30,129 

5,000 

34,991 
7,543 
7,767 

19,741 
7,100 
7,000 



944 
1,145 



1,278 

3,410 

407 

2,803 
6,096 
826 
3,590 
1,570 

879 
1,058 

1,809 

371 
129 

780 

1,067 

7,122 

1,309 



530 
1,045 

1,141 

365 

i,S40 

550 

616 
1,186 

887 
1,886 

350 
3,189 

321 

189 

2,353 
675 
442 



1,487 
1,966 

3,455 



23,000 

3,271 
1,350 
1,376 
1,627 

3i757 
3.796 
1,732 



5,000 

4,594 
1,200 

2,Z20 

2,375 
4,473 
7,330 
2^600 
9,x6o 
262 

1,936 
7,086 
5,760 

2,193 



T Book Bx- 

Income. penditures. 



2,891 
6,858 
1,071 
8,688 
24,328 
503 



983 



1,089 

3,314 

459 



*,0"0 




25,226 


5,597 


18,000 




9,595 


9,008 


5,325 


4,487 


2,466 


1 




5,264 


1.000 


1 



242 

185 

708 



15,100 

X,207 






291 

894 

722 



1,605 
307 



5X4 

817 
6zo 

6,344 

375* 
3,624 

262 



x,5i8 



500* 



.., Topeka: James L. King, libn. 

r Traveling Ls. Comn.: Mrs. Adrian Greene, sec.^ State House^ Topeka. 

J L. Assoc,: Julius Lucht, sec,. Free Public £.., Leavenworth, 

City Public L Mrs. A. B. Ranney.. 4,043 

Public L Mrs. L. Scofield 8,608 

Baker Univ. L Mrs. O. M. Wood. . . 20,000 . . . . 

Public L Ada Allen 7,ii8 

Free Public L Mildred Berrier 8,832 

157 



577 
205 



883 
765 



2,783 
1,357 
3,000 

3,026 
2,426 



737 
285 ♦ 



982 
888* 



AMERICAN LIBRARY ANNUAL 



Location. 



Name. 



Librarian. 



Kansas — Continued 

Emporia Kansas State N. Sc. L.Willis H. Kerr 

Fort Scott Public L Mary L. Barlow 

Great Bend Public L Bina Deighton 

Hiawatha Morrill Free Pub. L. . . H. M. Zimmerman. . 

Hutchinson Public L 

Independence Public L Anna M. Gemmell. . 

Junction City Smith Public L GametteHeaton... . 

Kansas City Public L. (2 br.) Sara J. Greenman . . 

Lawrence Free Public L Nellie G. Beatty. . . . 

Lawrence Univ. of Kansas L Carrie M. Watson . . 

Leavenworth Free Public L Julius Lucht 

Lmdsborg Bethany Coll. L C. F. Carlbert 

McPherson McPherson Coll. L.. . .Jennie B. Shirk. . . . 

Manhattan State Agri. Coll. L Arthur B. Smith. . . . 

Newton Free L Lulu M. Knight 

Ottawa Carnegie Public L Alice C. Graham . . . 

Paola Free Public L Katharine A. Hobson 

Parsons Public L Mrs. Belle Curry. . . 

Pittsburg State Man. Tr. Norm L. . Odella Nation. . . . 

Salina Free Public L Delia E. Brown. . . . 

Topeka Free Public L Caroline Medlecott . 

Topeka Kans. Trav. L. Com. .Mrs. Adrian Greene. 

Topeka State Hist. Soc. L Clara Francis 

Topeka State L James L. King 

Topeka Washburn Coll. L . . . . Jessie Dean 

Wichita Public L Kathryn A. Cossitt. 

Kentucky 

State L.f Frankfort: F. K. Kavanaugh, libn. 

Kentucky L. Comn.: Fannie C. Rawson, sec.y the Capitol, Frankfort. 

Kentucky L, Assoc.: Fannie C. Rawson, sec.^ the Capitol ^ Frankfort. 

Berea Berea Coll. L EuphemiaK.Corwin. 26,000 

Bow ing Green West. Ky. St. Nor. L . . Florence Ragland. . . 5,500 

Covington Public L Anne M. Spears X5)964 

Danville Central Coll. L J. C. Fales 23,602 

Frankfort State L Frank K.Kavanaughiz 1,000 

Georgetown Georgetown Coll. L. . .Mary E. Stevenson . 14,000 

Henderson Public L. (2 br.) Susan Towles 6,489 

Lexington Public L. (i br.) Florence Dillard. . . . 25,532 

Louisville Free Public (6 br.). . . .Anna V. Pollard. . . 138,667 

Louisville Law L Susan A. Fleming . . 10,858 

Louisville So. Bap. Theol. Sem.L.John R. Sampey. . . . 22,260 

Maysville M. & Mason Co. L. . . . Mary E. Richeson . . 7,000 

Newport Carnegie Public L. . . .Loretto Silva 11*456 

Paducah Carnegie Public L . . . . Jessica Hopkins 11 ,436 

Somerset Somerset L J. P. W. Brouse .... 8,000 

Louisiana 

State L.y New Orleans: A. F. Phillips, lihn. 

Louisiana State L. Assoc: H. W. Dodd, sec^ Tulane Univ, £., New Orleans, 

Baton Rouge La. State Univ. L . . . . Inez Mortland 31,821 1,960 

New Orleans Howard Mem. L William Beer 49,280 935 

New Orleans Public L. (4 br.) Henry M. Gill 110,087 11,093 

New Orleans State L A. F. Phillips 78,253 13,149 

New Orleans Tulane Univ. L M.M.Bell 31,255 1,615 

158 



ro. Vols. 


Accessaons. 


Incosne* 


BoolcfEx- 
pcodittra. 


27,389 


1,960 


3,000 


J460 


6.593 


492 


z,8oo 


4»5 


3,250 


"5 


1,450 


lOO* 


14,000 




1,510 


150! 


6,425 


300 


2,928 


578 


5,375 


670 


3,349 


545 


8,116 


663 


6,242 


608 


18,408 


2,S40 


8,600 


1.800 


10,986 


867 


3,962 


3,185 


76,454 


5,117 


13,000 




19,142 


1,268 


5,549 


842 


9,650 








zo,ooo 


zoo 


900 


«»• 


38,653 


1,320 


z^ooo 


1,000 


8,188 


357 


a,340 


4I« 


6,675 


345 


x,5oo 


3" 


8,000 


7x3 


1,700 


600 


5,535 


636 


2,319 




5,480 


433 


z,ooo 


550 


7,054 


74a 


8,400 


800 


25,703 


762 


4,828 


134 


38,240 


3,000 


3,000 


3i^ 


38,081 


1,213 






66,901 


7,052 


9,000 


i,7w 


15,270 


650 


3,000 


I^OOO 


10,000 


zoo 







••••••• 



z,oo8 


3,000 


430* 


840 




•• . . . . • 


x,299 


9,008 


z,aoi 


790 




• 


z,ooo 


4,300 


$ 


137 


7,000 


$ 


350 


2,500 


614 


1,440 


7,987 


I.* 


13,985 


75,788 


i6«87 


4ZZ 


z,90O 


• 


360 


1,000 


5W 


154 


800 


« 


154 


4,500 


zso 


1,356 


5,000 


z,soo 


Z,000 


500 


• 



9,500 750 
41,507 ^ 
43,149 * 



LIBRARY LIST FOR UNITED STATES 



Location. 

Maine 

Stale L.t Augusta: 
Maine L. Catnn.: 
Maine L. Assoc.: 
Eastern Maine L. 

Alfred 

Auburn 

Augusta 

Augusta 

Bangor 

Bangor 

Bar Harbor 

Bath 

Belfast 

Biddeford 

Brunswick 

Brunswick 

Calais 

Dexter 

Dover 

Fairfield 

Farmington 

f reQ>ort 

Gardiner 

Guilford 

HalloweU 

Houlton 

Kittery 

Lewiston 

Lewiston 

Old Town 

Orono 

Portland 

Portland 

Presque Isle 

Rockland 

Saco 

Skowhegan 

Thomaston 

Waterville 

Waterville 

Westbrook 

Yarmouth 



Name. 



Librarian. 



No. Vols. Accessions. 



. Book Bx- 

Income. penditures. 



Herbert E. Holmes, libn, 
Herbert E. Holmes, sec, State L., Augusta. 
Gerald G. Wilder, sec.^ Bowdoin College L., 
Club.: E. Clare Weld, sec.y Oldtovm. 

Parsons Mem. L Mary C. Emerson. 

Public L Annie Prescott 

Lithgow L Julia M. Clapp 

State L Herbert E. Holmes 

Bangor Th. Sem. L . . . C. J. H. Ropes 

Public L Mrs. M. H. Ciuran 

Village L Inez M. Siuninsbey 

Patten Free L Margaret R. Foote. 

Free L. (3 br.) Annie L. Barr 

Public L Emma Hatch 

Bowdoin Coll. L Geo. T. Little 

Curtis Mem. L Mary G. Gilman. . . 

Free L Bessie T. Allen 

Town L Lizzie S. Springall . 

Thompson Free L Mary E. Averill . . . 

Lawrence L. (i br.) . . .Frances Kenrick. . . 

Cutler Mem. L Flora A. Brooks. . . 

B. H. Bartol L Annette H. Aldrich 

Public L Mrs. B. C. Berry. . 

Memorial L Ernestine Hale. . . . 

Hubbard Free L Annie F. Page 

Cary Free Public L. . .Anna Barnes 

Rice Public L Eleanor L. Lovell. . 

Bates Coll. L Blanche W. Roberts 

Public L .Evelyn L. Gilmore. 

Pubh'c L Alice M. Chapman. 

Univ. of Maine L Ralph K. Jones 

Maine Hist Soc Nathan Goold 

Public L Alice C. Fiurbish. . . 

Free L Lou B. Marston. . . 

Public L Nancy I. Biurbank. 

Dyer L. Assoc. L John Haley 

Public L Fanny J. Cabot. . . 

Public L Lizzie S. Levensaler 

Colby Coll. L Chas. P. Chipman. 

Public L Mary H. Caswell. . 

Memorial L Eliza M. Atkinson. 

MerriU Mem. L Ellen S. Mitchell. . 



Brunswick. 

6,170 

17,030 

10,548 

100,000 

28,000 

7,127 

9,000 

17,049 
15,206 

12,146 

101,035 

11,500 

8,500 

10,270 

8,365 
6,880 

11,440 
2,681 
8,830 

3,98s 
11,000 

8,609 

8,3" 
30,963 
17,045 

5,669 
41,169 
43,000 
66,675 

4,050 

12,574 
16,000 

13,331 
6,700 

48,989 
8,500 

7,667 
8,000 



310 800 300 

1,034 3,000 1,069 

542 

2,098 * 

320 625 625 

5,722 9,029 1,902 

932 2,946 257* 

1,277 924* 

531 2,56s 2,152 

653 2,420 447 

3,108 10,000 3,800 

599 i»943 388* 

231 1,268 

415 1,254 

484 1,500 560 

200 1,100 245 

642 1,160 360 

204 835 210 

322 1,225 4x1 

367 632 140 

278 1,300 275 

850 2,554 1,294 

246 300 300 

1,104 

1,185 5,500 i,93fs 

289 1,100 277 

2,228 7,939 3,939 



Maryland 

State L.y Annapolis: Miss Sallie Dorsey, libn. 

Maryland Public L. Comm.: B. C. Steiner, sec.y Enoch Pratt F. Z,., Baltimore, 

Annapolis State L Sallie Dorsey 80,000 i ,324 

Annapolis U. S. Nav. Acad. L. . . A. N. Brown 52,320 1,225 

Baltimore Baltimore City Coll. L.Alice W. Reins 8,000 500 

Baltimore City L Wilbur F. Coyle. . . . 20,000 

Baltimore Enoch Pratt L. (13 br.) . B. C. Steiner 288,255 17,166 

Baltimore Johns Hopkins Univ.L.M. L. Raney 157,180 8,938 

BaltimcMre Maryland Diocesan L . Lawrence C. Wroth . 30,000 1 70 

Baltimore Md. Hist. Soc. L R. F. Hayes, Jr . . . . 43,924 304 

Baltimore New Mercantile L M. F. Watkins 84,000 4,000 



1,565 13*382 2,785 

195 1,200 100 

532 2,200 400 

605 3,542 1,000* 

341 2,825 175 

142 12,035 103* 

1,090 

840 3,185 ♦ 

11,500 730* 



* 

2,000 

1,400 500 

81,454 15,906 

28,693 14,190 

1,720 3,984 
126 

1,800 * 



T frx 



AMERICAN LIBRARY ANNUAL 



Location. Name . Librarian. 

Maryland — Continued 

Baltimore Peabody Inst. L Philip R. Uhler 176,297 

Hagerstown Washington Co. L.(i br.).Mary L. Titcomb . . 22,024 

Westminster W. Md. Coll. L Mrs. F. M. Handy. . io,oco 

Woodstock . ; Woodstock Coll. L. . . .John Corbett 60,000 

Massachusetts 

State L.y Boston: C. F. D. Belden, libn. 

Mass. F. P, L. Comn.: Zaidee Brown, sec.j State L., Boston, 

Mass, L, Club: John A. Moulton, sec,y P, L., Haverhill. 

Bay Path L. Club: Winnifred S. Farrell, sec., Brookfidd. 

Berkshire Co. L, Club: Mary Stallman, sec. Lee. 

Cape Cod L. Club: Alexina P. Burgess, sec., Wareham. 

Southern Worcester L. Club: Lucy E. Day, sec., Hopedale. 

Western Mass, L, Club: Hazel M. Benjamin, sec., City L., Springfield. 



No. Vols. Accessions. Income 



979 



8,oo< 



Abington Public L. (i br.) Helen M. Hunt 

Acton Memorial L Arthur F. Davis. . . 

Adams Free L Lucy C. Richmond 

Amesbury Public L Alice C. Follansbee 

Amherst Amherst Coll. L R. S. Fletcher. . . . 

Amherst Mass. Agri. C0U.L . . .Charles R. Green. . 

Amherst Public L Mary M. Robison . 

Andover Memorial Hall L Edna A. Brown. . . 



Arlington Robbins L. (i br.) Elizabeth J. Newton 25,381 



Ashland Public L Ellen M. Arnold.. . 

Athol Free Public L Mrs. May A. Cook. 

Attleborough Public L Eugenia M. Henry. 

Aycr Ayer L S. Adelaide Blood.. 

Barnstable Sturgis L Elizabeth C. Nye. . 

Barre Town L Carrie E. Read 

Bedford Free Public L Fannie A. Wood.. . 

Belmont Public L Mary Sawyer 

Bemardston Cushman L Nettie T. Davis. . . 

Beverly Public L. (i br.) Martha P. Smith . . 

Boston Athenaeiun L Charles K. Bolton . 

Boston Boston L. Soc L. M. Eaton 

Boston Boston Soc. Nat. H. L.Glover M. Allen. . . 

Boston Congregational L Rev. W. H. Cobb. . 

Boston Mass. Hist. Soc.L. . . .Samuel A. Green. . 

Boston Mass. Inst. Tech. L. (i3br.)R. P. Bigelow.. 

Boston Medical L J. W. Farlow, M.D. 

Boston Mus. of Fine Arts L. . . Morris Carter 

Boston N. E. Hist. Gen. Soc.L.Wm. P. Greenlaw. . 

Boston Public L. (28 br.) Horace G. Wadlin . 

Boston Simmons Coll. L Mary E. Robbins. . 

Boston Social Law L Edward B. Adams . 

Boston State L Chas. F. D. Belden 

Boston Y. M. C. A. L G. H. Churchill . . . 

Boston Y. M. Christian U. L. . Richard Ray, Jr. . . 

Bridgewater Public L L. C. Christian 

Brockton Public L. (2 br.) Frank H. Whitmore 

Brookfield Merrick Pub. L. (2 br.)W. S. Farrell 

Brookline Public L. (2 sta.) Louisa M. Hooper. 

Bryantville Cobb L Julia W. Morton . . 

Cambridge Andover-Harvard Th. 

Sem. L Owen H. Gates 

Cambridge Episc. Theo. Sem. L. . . Edith D. Fuller . . . 

160 



10,806 
10,167 

i6,S39 
12,824 

X02 48s 

35,565 
",730 
19,490 



8,000 

9,679 
14,990 
10,500 
15,9x8 

",893 

8,92s 

14,215 

8,351 
34,786 

249,926 
48,000 
36,699 
58,848 

53,231 
92,148 
71,810 

14,035 

37,017 
,006,717 

14,220 

88,090 

162,359 

9,000 
18,224 
16,239 
60,193 
18,776 
76,731 

3,433 

60,000 
15,000 



1,000 



268 

595 
844 

495 
3,230 

2,724 

644 
980 

311 
596 

X,282 

196 

73 
350 

559 

364 

1,219 

5,963 

414 

3,668 

1,176 

1,435 
2,438 
2,920 

504 
829 

19,449 

2,539 

2,509 
5,226 

1*483 

391 
671 

2,060 
638 

4,501 
47X 

x8o 



1,90c 

1,791 
3,50c 

3,172 
15,00c 

5^5<: 
947 
6,3 2« 
7,541 
1,04c 
x,8oG 
7,00c 
i,i8a 

580 

925 

3,484 

870 

6,925 

97,338 

2,603 



7,000 

371,720 

. ...... 

19,627 

27,362 

1,683 

626 

14,944 
X,SOO 

27,884 

939 

223 



LIBRARY LIST FOR UNITED STATES 

Location. Name. Librarian. No. Vols. Accessions. Income, peaditures. 

Massachusetts— CM/fff«€d 

Cambridge. Harvard Univ. L Wm. C. Lane 916,275 40,642 

Cambridge Harvard Law L. John H. Arnold. . . . 126,860 6,260 

Cambridge. Phillips L. (2 br.) E. C, Pickering 13,530 288 

Cambridge. Public L. (2 br.) Clarence W. Ayer. . . 91,302 7,455 30,581 6,086 

Cambridge RadcMe ColL L Rose Sherman 27406 2,267 1,900 1,900 

Canton Public L Mrs. L. D. Downes. i6,xo6 460 4496 599 

Chelmsford Adams L Mrs. £. R. Clark. . . 9,413 208 800 158* 

Chelsea Public L. Medora J. Simpson . 11,208 3,091 2,720 

Chicopee Pubhc L. (3 br.) Anne Alcott Smith. . 29,667 968 5,500 

Clinton Bigelow Free Pub. L . . C. L. Greene 3S,4i7 1,618 7,471 2,026 

Cohasset Paul Pratt Mem. L . . . Sarah B. Collier 12,819 627 3,963 689 

Concord Free Public L Helen W. Kelley . . . 39,235 1,375 6,547 1,877 

Conway Field Mem. L. (x br.) .Cora M. Hassell 8,366 276 2,030 472 

Dalton Free Public L. (x br.) . Mrs. M. £. Davison 10,197 472 i ,262 440 

Danvers Peabody Inst. L Emilie D. Patch. .. . 26,700 774 2,482 586 

Dedham Public L. (2 br.) Anna P. RoUand . . . 24,000 752 6,058 1,193 

Duzbury Public L 5,200 1,133 179* 

East Bridgewater. .Public L Lucy L. Siddall 7,000 33X x,28o * 

East Douglas. Simon Fairfield Pub.L. Vera H. Warner .... 6,000 x6o 943 743 

EastNorthfield....TalcottL Virginia T. Smith. . . 7,430 106 650 

EasthamptOQ. Public L. Assoc D. C. Miller 15,000 617 2450 804 

Everett. Fred. E. Parlin MemXEllen L. Johnson. . . . 24,640 800 5,378 x ,038 

Everett. Shute Memorial L. . . . Mildred R. Holt. . . . 8421 i ,3x5 3436 1,356 

Fairhaven Millicent L Galen W. Hill 20,923 971 8,000 1,300 

Fall River Public L. (3 sta.) George W. Rankin. . 87,297 2 x6x 30,666 4,184 

Falmouth.. Free Public L Pamelia F. Robbins. 8,876 442 2,oxx 357 

Fitchburg Public L Geo. £. Nutting.... 54,183 1,605 9,237 2,029 

Rtchburg. State Norm. Sch.L... Maud O.Goodfellow 7,000 

Framingham Town L. (3 br.) E. L. Clarke 31,500 64X 4,109 1,282 

Fhinklm. PublicL Mrs. £. G. Campbell 8445 363 1,528 426 

Gardner Levi Heywood MemX. (2 sta) J. L. Knight 14,626 768 3,656 742 

Ge2rgetown Peabody L Lois P. Noyes 10,000 177 x,oox 245 

Gloucester Magnolia L Constance C.Sargent 6,188 140 1,2x5 i35* 

Gloucester Sawyer Free L Rachel S. Webber . . 20,000 745 3,72x 961 

Grafton. Public L. (x br.) Lucy W. Biscoe. . . . X34X7 3x9 1,530 X410 

Great Barrington.. Free L Emma W. Sheldon. . .12,642 600 3,000 432 

Greenfield Public L May Ashley 25,000 1,560 7,587 7,178 

Groton PublicL Emma F. Blood 12,796 282 x,983 209 

Groveland Public L Helena M. Nickerson 4,394 280 

Hanover Public L 5,762 

Harvard PubUc L 5,SSo 

Haverhill Public L. (4 br.) John G. Moulton. . . 97,000 3,278 

Hingham Public L A. L. Stephenson. . . 12,396 393 

Holbrook Public L 7,320 

Holden Gale Free L M. Addie Holden.. . 6,810 

Hdliston Public L B. E. Partridge 8,328 

Holyoke Public L Frank G. WiUcox. .. 42,063 

Hopedale Bancroft Mem. L.(ibr.)H. B. Somborger . . 11,090 

Hudson Public L Grace M. Whittemore 9,728 

Hyde Paric Public L. (i br.) E. Ainsworth 28,000 

Ipswich Free Public L Mary B. Maine 16,865 

Kingston F. C. Adams Pub. L.. .J. F. McLauthlin.. . 8,438 

X^mcaster. Town L Virginia M. Keyes. . 37,173 

Lawrence Public L. (i br.) Wm. A. Walsh 62,998 



850 


200* 


1,695 


226* 


20,824 


3,312 





600 


300* 


X62 


200 


200 


230 


63X 


284 


3,058 


13,795 


3,391 


499 


3,208 


545 


S4S 


1,845 


299 


858 


5,372 


985* 


270 


2,900 


550 


268 


1,527 


1,238 


702 






x,S3i 


14,321 


2,480* 



AMERICAN LIBRARY ANNUAL 



Location. 



Name. 



Librarian. 



No. Vols. Accesaiong. Income 



Massachusetts — Continued 

Lee Lee L.Assoc Mary Stallman 7,6i8 

Leicester Free Public L. (3 br.) . Annise B. Kane I3,3s7 

Lenox Lenox L Anna L. White 21,000 

Leominster Public L F. L. Wheeler 27,291 

Lexington Gary Mem. L. (2 br.) . Marian P. Kirkland. 24,008 

Lincoln Public L Lydia J. Chapin. . . . 9,281 

Littleton Reuben Hoar L Cora Davis ",S72 

Lowell City L. (i sta.) Frederick A. Chase . 90,000 

Lunenburg Ritter Mem. L. . . ^ . . .L. Frances Jones. . . 7,115 

Lynn Public L Harriet L. Matthews 89,085 

Maiden Public L Herbert W^ Fison. . 61,369 

Manchester Public L I4»i49 

Marblehead Abbot Public L Mrs. S. E. Gregory . 19,799 

Marion Library Assoc. L Alice A. Ryder 6,969 

Marlborough Public L Sarah E. Cotting. . . 26,000 

Mattopoisett Free Public L Clara F. Sherman. . . 6,014 

Medfield Public L 5,125 

Medford Public L. (5 sta.) A. L. Sargent 40,562 

Melrose Public L Carrie M. Worthen . 17,000 

Merrimac Public L Susannah J. Sayre. . 7,000 

Methuen Nevins Mem. L Harriet L. Crosby . . 19,300 

Middleboro Public L Alice M. Alden 20,056 

Middleton Public L 6,457 

Milford Town L Nathaniel F. Blake . 18,167 

Millbury PubUc L 8,751 

Milton Public L. (3 br.) G. E. Forrest 24,868 

Monson Free L A. F. Squier ii,559 

Montague Town L. (2 br.) Kate A. Armstrong . 7,120 

Nahant Public L May W. Perkins 19,446 

Nantucket Atheneimi L Clara Parker iS,957 

Natick Morse Inst. L Mira R. Partridge. . 24,258 

Needham Free Public L. (i br.) . Ella R. McDowell . . 13,168 

New Bedford Free Public L. (3 br.) . George H. Tripp 140,000 

Newburyport Public L John D. Parsons. . . . 46,456 

Newton Free L. (8 br.) E. P. Thurston 81,551 

Newton Center Hills L Henry K. Rowe 30,812 

North Adams Public L. (4 br.) Mabel Temple 33,126 

North Andover Stevens Mem. L Elizabeth M. Pond. 1 2,693 

North Attleboro . . . Richards Mem. L Ada Maria Perry ... 1 2,167 

North Brookfield. . . Free Public L Nellie L. Smith 8,060 

North Easton Ames Free L Mary L. Lamprey . . 18,752 

North Plymouth. . . Loring Reading R. L . . Alice Crane 6,000 

Northampton Forbes L J. LeR. Harrison . . . 116,084 

Northampton Public L. (i br.) Sarah D. Kellogg. . . 38,975 

Northampton Smith Coll. L Josephine A. Claik. . 39,630 

NcMthboro Free L M. Evelyn Potter.. . 13,659 

Northbridge Public L 7,673 

Northfield Dickinson Mem. L Mrs. C. A. Randall . 8,300 

Norton Public L. (2 br.) Emily A. Titus. 7,947 

Norwood Morrill Mem. L Jane A. Hewett 14,070 

Orange •. Public L 9,573 

Oxford Free Public L. (i br.). . Clara A. Fuller 8,571. 

Palmer Public L 7,527 

Peabody Peabody Inst. L Lyman P. Osbom. . . 44,894 

162 



289 
207 

771 

1,016 

1,114 

220 

407 

2,653 
290 

SASS 

2,832 

307 

503 
291 

1,000 

334 

2,194 
800 

x6z 

25a 

980 

S<H 

i,Sii 

453 
178 
803 

746 

778 

600 

14,000 

1,362 

3>i35 
766 

1,536 
478 
9x6- 
242 

399 

2,6c^ 
asa 

4>49Q 
375 



ISO 
84& 

234 
814 



LIBRARY LIST FOR UNITED STATES 



Location. 



Name. 



Librarian. ] 



No. Vols. Accessions. 



Massachusetts— C<m/mue(f 

Pepperell Lawrence L Helen M. Wiley. . . . x6,6oo 

Petersham Public L 9,ooo 

Phillipston Public L 6,086 

Pittsfield Berkshire Athen. L. . .H. H. Ballard 57»238 

Plymouth Public L Nellie Thomas i7,5S9 

Princeton Public L. . . ; 6,526 

Provincetown Public L Abbie B. Putnam . . 15,185 

Quincy . . ! Thos. Crane Pub. L. (ibr.) .Alice G. White . 31,765 

Randolph Turner Free L Chas. C. Famham. . 23,525 

Reading Public L Bertha L. Brown . . . 12,062 

Revere Public L. (6 br.) Harriet T. Fenno. . . 12,292 

Rockland Memorial L 12,490 

Rockport Public L Marie L. Woodfall . . 6,764 

Salem Essex Inst. L Alice G. Waters. . . . 106,520 

Salem State Norm. Sch. L . . .H. L. Martin 10,000 

Salem Public L. (5 br.) Gardner M. Jones. . 55,156 

Saugus Free Public L Emma E. Newhall. . 10,250 

Sharon Public L 6,000 

Shelbume Falls Arms L C. P. Hall 12,752 

Shrewsbury Free Public L Mabel E. Knowlton. 9,056 

Somerville Public L. (i br.) Drew B. Hall 105,1x9 

South Boston Perkins Inst. L. Laura M. Sawyer. . . 27,060 

South Braintree. . . .Thayer Public L. (i br.) Julia L. Crocker 16,187 

South Hadley Mt. Holyoke Coll. L . . Bertha E. Blakely . . 48,782 

South Hadley Public L 6,100 

South Sudbury Goodnow Pub. L Mrs. Alice E. Rice. . 9,862 

South Weymouth. .Fogg L Ruth N. Tower 6,752 

Southboro Public L 9>555 

Southbridge Public L Ella E. Miersch. . . . 25,034 

Spencer Richard Sugden P. L. .Alice W. Curtis. . . . 12,448 

Springfield City L. Assoc. (2 br.) . JEiiUer C. Wellman . . 181,420 

Springfield Inti Y.M.C.A. Tr. SchX. J. T. Bowne 9,488 

Stockbridge Library Assoc, (x br.) . Caroline P. Wells. . . 9»ooo 

Stoneham Public L H. M. Boyce 12,608 

Stoughton Public L M. Alice Bumham.. X2,675 

Sterling Public L 8,200 

Sturbridge Public L 7,755 

Swampscott. .... . Public L Sarah L. Honors.. . . X2,476 

Swansea Public L 5)45z 

Taunton Public L Joshua £. Crane.. . . 59,549 

Templeton Public L 8,245 

Topidd Public L xo,o88 

Tufts Coll TulUColl.L EtbdM^Hayes 65,585 

Turners Falls* Carnegie Public L. . . .1^ S. Partenhemev. . 7,734 

Tyngsboro Public L 6,756 

Upton PuUk L 5,4x9 

Uxbridge Frtt Public L.(tbrO*-Beatcicc Putnam... 12,879 

Wakefield BediM Town L. (x. br.).H. Gestmde Let.. . . i7>S7a 

Walpole Public L. (i brO Ida J. Phdpa. 12,56^1 

Waltham Public L Odando C. Davis.. . 56,554 

Ware Young Men's X^AssocAlmeda B. Robbins • x6,ooo 

Warren. PublicL Joseph G. Hastings. 11,550 

Watertown Free Public L Solon F. Whitney.. . 58,746 

Wayland Free Pubh'c L. (x br.) .M. £. Wheeler . 15,6x8 

163 



264 



2,5»7 
478 

2,rii 

655 
3" 
598 
454 
169 

9,ro8 
500 

1,9x4 
520 

584 

66x 

8,680 

1,578 

588 

2,625 

• • • • • 

258 
157 

536 

524 
10,990 

625 

176 

507 
365 



375 
1,527 



9,820 
244 



35a 
646 

684 

x,fl64 

506 

68 

1,104 
280 



, Book 

Income, penditt 



2,998 
850 
282 

9,29s 
2,1X7 

895 



X2,688 

3,05s 
1,725 
3,669 
2,652 

1,450 



x6,2o6 

1,296 

64s 

2,515 
54,800 

• ••••• • 

2,066 

Soo 
x,o86 

i,S32 
295 

2f994 

i»367 

59,900 

• ••••■ 

1,67s 

2,527 
2,700 

642 

602 

1,400 
770 

9,86x 
500 
587 

3,1 XO 

700 

46s 

«,368 

• ••.... 

6,48s 

4,343 
1,3" 

x,i45 



AMERICAN LIBRARY ANNUAL 



Location. 



* Name. 



librarian. 



No. Volt. Aocessiona. Income, 



MASsachusetts — CanUnued 

Wd>ster Free Public L Phoebe P.Kingsbuiy 

Wellesley Free L Anna Ware Barker.. 

Wellesley Wellesley ColL L. (i br.)H. St. B. Brooks. . 

West Boybton. . . .Public L Anna M. Waite. . . 

West Bridgewater.. Public L 

West Brookfidd. . .Merriam Public L. . . .Mary P. Foster 

West Springfield. . .Public L D. G. White 

Westborough Public L Flora B. Brigham. . . 

Westfield Atheneum L George L. Lewis. . . . 

Westford J. V. Fletcher L Mary P. Bunce 

Westminster Public L 

Weston Public L Maude M. Pennock. 

Weymouth Tufts L Abbie L. Loud 

Whitman Public L Ellena S. Spilsted.. . 

Williamstown Williams ColL L John Adams Lowe. . 

Winchendon Public L Sylvia M. Manger. . 

Winchester Public L Cora A. Quimby.. . . 

Winthrop Public L. (x br.) Alice A. Munday . . . 

Wobum Public L George Hill Evans. . 

Worcester Amer. Antiq. Soc. L. . . C. S. Brigham 

Worcester Clark Univ. L Louis N. Wilson. . . . 

Worcester County Law L T. S. Johnson 

Worcester Free Public L Robert K. Shaw 

Worcester Worcester Soc Antiq. L.Ellery B. Crane . . . 

Yarmouth Public L 



9,700 


366 


18,013 


497 


70,724 


2,636 


7,916 


59 


6,400 




9,811 


440 


10,000 


961 


16,502 


503 


27,a86 


1,414 


15^24 


297 


6,820 




I9i5i9 


685 


25,500 


980 


12,819 


392 


70,000 


2,200 


9,682 


286 


22,721 


774 


12,474 


653 


50,736 


1,187 


140,000 


2,904 


58,000 


5,100 


29»497 


z,z6i 


186,852 


10,236 


21,540 


x,85X 


7.500 





Michigan 

State L.y Lansing: Mrs. Mary C. Spencer, libn. 

State Board of JL Comn.: Mrs. Mary C. Spencer, sec,. State £., Lansing. 
Michigan L. Assoc.: Annie A. Pollard, sec, P. L,. Grand Raptds. 
Ann Arbor L, Club: Alice P. Bizby, sec., Univ, of Mich. L., Ann Arbor, 

Adrian Adrian Coll. L Josephine Hall 7,ooo 

Adrian Public L Margaret F. Jewell.. 21,262 

Albion Albion Coll. L Rose Ball 21,002 

Allegan Public L Lenora E. Porter. . . 5,709 

Alma Alma Coll. L Helen B.Cook 24,125 

Ann Arbor Public L. (1 br.) Nellie S. Loving 12,9x7 

Ann Arbor Univ. of Michigan L. .Theodore W. Koch.. 288,358 

Battle Creek Public School L Jean Climie 26,651 

Bay City Public L Mrs.A. F. MacDonell 36,047 

Bay City Sage L. Molly M. Gilbert.. . 34,085 

Benton Harbor Public L Erma H. Cole 7,288 

Cadillac Public L Wm. F. Sanborn. . . 9,665 

Calumet C.&H.Mag.Co.P.L.(i br.) . Mrs. E. S. Grierson. 34,533 

Charlotte Free Public L Mrs. G. Sherwood. . 8,000 

Coldwater Free Public L Florence M. Holmes. 18,085 

Detroit Public L. (8 br.) Henry M. Utley. . . . 270,429 

Dowagiac Public L. « Grace Re Shore. . , . 7,062 

East Lansing Mich. Agri. Coll. L. . . . Linda E. Landon . . . 34,228 

Escanaba Carnegie Public L . . . . Helen D. Gorton . . . 8,800 

Flint Public L Lena E. Caldwell. . . 10,228 

Grand Rapids Public L. (6 br.) Samuel H. Ranck. . . 115,050 

Hillsdale Hillsdale Coll. L. . . . • . Caroline G. Dudley • 18,500 

ffiUsdale Mitchell Public L Mary Pratt 10,491 

164 



547 
582 

404 

1,239 

17,68s 

2,086 

1,160 

764 
300 

848 

2,650 

300 

340 

12,1X7 

398 
1,504 

997 

732 

8,706 



10,116 



LIBRARY LIST FOR UNITED STATES 



Location. 



Name. 



Librarian. 



No. Vols. Accessions. 



. Book 

Income, penditi 



Michigan — Continued 

Holland Hope Coll., GravesL. .Albert Raap 15,000 

Holland Public L J. R. Kauters 5,000 

Houghton Mich.Coll. of Mines L . Mrs. F. H. Scott 24,81 2 

Houghton PublicL Grace A. Wharc. . . . 8,000 

Hudson Public L Mamie E. Havens . . 6,226 

Iron Mountain Carnegie Public L A. La Tourette 10,883 

Ironwood CamegieL Carrie Nelion 6,400 

Ishpeming Carnegie Public L Mrs. N. E. Brayton . 16,181 

Jackson Public L. (i br.) John S. Cleavinger. . 36,587 

Kalamazoo Public L. (2 br.) Isabella C. Roberts . 43,100 

Kalamazoo Western State N. Sch.L.Esther Bradley 7,838 

Lansing Public L Mrs. E. J. McNeal.. 19,568 

Lansing State L Mrs.MaryC.Spencer 180,000 

Manistee Pub. & Sch. L. (2 br.) . Angie Messer I4i43i 

Marquette Northern St. N. Sch. LXydia M. Olson 14,661 

Marquette Peter White Public L. . Anne S. Duncan 21,202 

Mendon Twnsh. Free Public L. . Mrs. Grace Osgood . 6,000 

Menominee Spies Public L . (3 sch.)Lois A. Spencer. . . . 9,604 

Monroe City L Jennie S.Wallace.. . 7,575 

Mt. Clemens Public L Agnes L.Snover 9,235 

Mt. Pleasant Central S. Norm. L . . . M. Louise Converse 14,155 

Muskegon Hackley Public L. (3 sta.)Lulu F. Miller. . . 47,975 

Niles Public L O. P. Coolidge 7,433 

Olivet Olivet Coll. L W. S. Leavenworth . 31,000 

Port Huron Public L Katharyne Sleneau . 18,250 

Saginaw East Side Pub. L (2 br.)Mary Edith Dow. . 19,852 

Saginaw Hoyt L Harriet H. Ames. . . 32,300 

Saginaw Public and School L. . . Anna Benjamin 14,581 

Saint Joseph Carnegie Public L Margery Fritze 5,932 

Sault Ste. Marie . . . Carnegie Public L. . . . Adah Shelly 8,039 

Three Rivers Public L Sue I. Silliman 12,000 

Traverse City Public L. (i br.) Alice M. Wait 8,705 

Ypsilanti Ladies' L Lucy B. Loomis 8,974 

Ypsilanti Mich.St.Norm.Coll.L. G. M. Walton 34,348 

Ypsilanti Public Sch. L Ellen Hoffman 7,551 



1,250 
400 
812 



748 

300 

1,390 

3,672 

2,230 

775 
1,423 
2,409 

1,335 

501 

1,908 

672 



• #•••• 

1,904 



4,219 

1,700 

7,000 

10,000 

1,210 
9,202 
4,000 
4,861 

7,350 

• ••••• 

3,268 



2,025 3,000 

662 

2,119 13,^6 

448 1,900 

250 

1,212 4,825 

1,122 3,189 

700 6,000 

622 2,076 

185 1,350 

876 3,039 

727 2,200 

827 3,000 

344 1,791 

033 ...•••• 



Iftinnesota 

SUUe L., St. Paul: Elias J. Lien, libn. 

Minnesota Public L. Comn.: Clara F. Baldwin, sec.j the Capitoly St, Paul* 
Minnesota L. Assoc,: Arabel Martin, sec.^ Public Library^ Minneapolis, 
Twin City L, Club: Anna M. Smith, sec,y Coll. of Agri. L., St. Paul, 

Albert Lea Public L Mrs. Eliz. Brainerd. 5,222 279 1,585 

Alexandria Free Public L W. J. Barr Moses. . . 7,231 287 

Anoka Public L Mrs. Orra C. Bland. 4,836 592 1,528 

Austin Carnegie Public L. . . .Flora C. Conner. . . . 7,037 560 2,000 

Cloquet Public L Harriet L. Lowe. . . . 3,951 389 2,924 

Duluth Public L. (2 br.) Frances E. Earhart . 57,896 5,348 17,421 

Duluth State Norm. Sch. L. . .Ruth Ely 5,195 414 750 

Faribault Public L Sarah E. LeCrone . . 9,681 605 2,830 

Fergus FaUs. Public L Amy A. Lewis 3,9i8 363 1,828 

Hibbing CamegieL Margaret Palmer. . . 3,381 394 3,660 

Mankato Free Public L Flora F. Carr 16,140 963 5,647 

Mankato State Norm. Sch. L. . .Alice N.Farr 10,238 525 

Minneapdis Public L. (12 br.) G. A. Countryman. . 233,539 32,284 165,000 

165 



AMERICAN LIBRARY ANNUAL 

Location. Name Librariaa. No. Volt. Accessions. 

Minnesota — Continued 

Minneapolis Univ. of Minn, L James T. GeronkL. . 150,000 

Montevideo PublicL Mis. M. £. Webb.. . 5,883 

Moorhead Public L Jessie Whitman 3>395 

Moorhead State Norm. Sch. L . . .Jessie G. McEenzie. 7,931 

Morris Public L Agnes Torpey 4)77i 

Northfield Public L Nellie B. Gregg 4*563 

Nortbfield ScovilleMem.L £. J. Gladstone 22,129 

Owatonna. Free Public (10 br.}. . . Martha Chapin 16,074 

Red Wing Camegie-Lawther(ibr.)£ffie Sands 9i000 

Rochester Public L Louise M. Femald. . 12,077 

St. Cloud Public L Mrs. M. E. Brick.. . 10,893 

St. Cloud State Norm. Sch. L. . .Gertrude Cambell. . 10,000 

St. Paul Coll. of Agri. L Anna M. Smith 18,524 

St. Paul Hamline Univ. L Anna M. Davis 11,000 

St. Paul Macalester CoU. L. . . .Frederic G. Axtell . . 11,949 

St. Paul Minn. Hist. Soc. L. . . .Warren Upham .... 105,364 

St. Paul Public L. (3 br.) H. J. McCaine 125,818 

St. Paul State L Elias J. Lien 69,908 

St. Paul State Free Trav. L.. . .Clara F. Baldwin. . . 24,209 

Sauk Center Bryant L Eva M. Davis 7,487 

Stillwater public L Clara J. Conway. . . 11,382 

Two Harbors Free Public L L. M. E. Borresen . . 4,135 

Virginia Public L Mabel Newhard 5,185 

Willmar Public L Amy Hanscom 3,571 

Winona Free Public L. (i br.) .Jeannette A. Clarke. 31,180 

Winona State Norm. Sch. L. . .Mary Grant zo,6oz 

Mississippi 

State L.f Jackson: Mattie Plunkett, libn. 

Mississippi State L, Assoc.! Iva M. Young, sec, Coll. L., Columhus, 

Agricultural Coll. . . Miss. A.&M. Coll. L. . . Whitman Davis 14,5 73 1 1998 

Columbus Indust. Inst. & Coll. L. Iva M. Young 8,547 1,167 

Jackson State L Mattie Plunkett 90,000 2,282 

University Univ. of Mississippi L . Mrs. L. M. Hunt . . . 26,120 730 

Missouri 

State L.y Jefferson City: Judge T: W. Hawkins, libn. 

Missouri L, Comn.: Elizabeth B. Wales, sec., Jefferson City. 

Missouri L. Assoc.: Florence B. Whittier, sec., Univ. of Mo. L., Columbia. 

Cape Girardeau State Norm. Sch. L Sadie T. Kent 7,446 873 

Carthage Public L Alice R. Gladden. . . 6,819 872 

Columbia State Hist. Soc. Mo. L.F. A. Sampson I9i340 i>i45 

Columbia Univ. of Mo. L. (9 br.)Henry O. Severance. 111,972 7,73^ 

Fulton Westminster Coll. L. . . Ruth McKinney . . . 3,741 186 

Hannibal Free Public L N. C. McLachlan. . . 1 2,073 436 

Jefferson City Free Public L A. J. Thompson. . . . 5,455 ii500 

Jefferson City Missouri L. Comn. L. . Elizabeth B. Wales. . 9,643 1,627 

Jefferson City State L Thos. W. Hawkins. . 52,581 1,241 

Joplin Free Public L Mar>' B. Swanwick . 15,737 i»9<>2 

Kansas City Public L. (2 br.) Purd B. Wright 1 10,000 8,345 

Kirksville State Norm. Sch. L . . . Ophelia A. Parrish . . 30,000 5,000 

Liberty Wm. Jewell Coll. L . . . Daisy Childs 22,100 1,229 

Maryville Free Public L Grace M. Langan. . . 5,910 311 

166 



xo,53S 


22,725 


512 


1,196 


63s 


z,8oc 


336 


75« 


563 


2,051 


653 


2,94c 


422 


1,553 


1,136 




575 


2,685 


636 


3,60c 


698 


2,60s 


344 


75c 


1,518 


4,2SC 


293 


1,70c 


427 


1,74^ 


3,189 


20,00c 


7,922 


65,00c 


9,108 


X3,i«: 


2,239 


I2,S0C 


x66 


1,822 


721 


4,2X( 


1,031 


2,24/ 


a,S9i 


7,404 


250 


2,I3< 


1,533 


«,24< 


284 


7S< 



LIBRARY LIST FOR UNITED STATES 



Book 
pendi' 



• • • • 



Location. Name. Librarian. No. Volt. Accessions. Income. 

Missouri— Cim/mtiei 

Maryviile Norm. Sch. sth D. Mo.L. Edwin Wells 6,871 i ,195 850 

Parkville Park Coll. L Emma L. Kirk 25,000 855 

St. Joseph Public L. (2 br.) Charles E. Rush. . . . 57,309 5,397 22,871 5, 

St. Louis Acad, of Science L Wm. L. R. Gi£Eord. . 15,000 712 100 

St. Louis LawL. Assoc, of St. L . Gamble Jordan 32 J53 860 ii|ii4 2, 

St. Louis Medical L. Assoc Frank J. Lutz, M.D. 13,095 840 2,733 ^y 

St. Louis Mercantile L. Assoc. . . Wm. L. R. Gifford. . 141,126 4,720 63,872 8, 

St. Louis Mo. Botan. Garden L. Wm. Trelease 28^428 1,353 2, 

St. Louis Mo. Hist. Soc. L Idress Head 15,000 400 

St. Louis PubHc L. (6 br.) Arthur E. Bostwick. 344,848 15499 230,170 37, 

St. Louis Washington Univ. L. . Edith F. Miller 50,000 6,000 15, 

Sedalia Public L BeulahMumm 13,723 1,257 8,228 6, 

Springfield Drury College L Mabel Robords 31,105 432 

Springfield Public L Harriet M. Horine. . 2,676 354 2,784 

Trenton Jewett Norris Free L . .Mrs. C. R. Clark 6,577 52 900 .... 

Warrensburg State Norm. Sch. L . . . Alice L. Blair 16,964 2,086 2,500 2, 

Montana 

State L.f HistoruMi and Miscellaneous Dept., Helena: W. Y. Pemberton, libn, 
Montana L, Assoc,: Josephine Haley, sec,, Helena, 

Anaconda. Hearst Free L E. L. Thomson .... 12,000 

Billings ParmlyMem. L Mabel Collins. 8,478 

Bozeman Public L Elizabeth McCord. . 9,850 

Bozeman St. Coll. of Agri. & M. 

L. (3 br.) Mary K. Winter. . . . 11,432 

Butte Free Public L Granville Stuart. . . . 52,763 

Dillon Public L M. L. Innes 6,409 

Great Falb. Public L Jennie M. Conner.. . 12,196 

Helena Public L Kate Bryson 42,150 

Helena State Hist, and Mis. L.W. Y. Pemberton. . . 19,005 

KalispelL Carnegie Public L Elizabeth P. Ritchie 4Joo 

Missoula Public L Grace M. Stoddard. 13,278 

Missoula Univ. of. Mont. L. . . .M. G. Buckhous 14,900 

Nebraska 

State jL., Lincoln: H. C. Lindsay, libn, 

Nebraska Public L. Comn.: Charlotte Templeton, sec.y Lincoln. 

Nebraska L. Assoc,: Florence Smith, sec,. Public Library , Omaha. 

Beatrice Free Public L Frances Morton 12,517 

Crete Doane Coll. L. (i br.) .Margaret S. Dick. . . 12,080 

Fremont Public L Elva Greef 7,273 

Grand Island.. Helen Gould Y.M.C.A.L.J. I. Kempton 16,000 

Grand Island Public L D. Houck 5,876 

Hastings Carnegie L Mrs. Ida £. Capps. . 5,220 

Kearney State Norm. Sch. L. . . Anna V. Jennings . . . 6,825 

Lincoln City L. (i br.) Lulu Home 30,704 

Lincoln. Library Comm CharlotteTempleton,5«<;. 8,811 

Lincoln State L Harry C. Lindsay.. . 64,101 

Lincoln Univ. of Neb. L Walter K. Jewett. . . 96,925 

McCook Public L Grace Willetts 4,357 

Omaha Public L Edith Tobitt 91,881 

Peru State Normal L Elva E. Rulon 19,305 

South Omaha Public L Mrs. G. Pinnell 8,578 

York Public L Estella Detrick 5.814 

167 





6,000 


• • • • 


923 


5>434 


I, 


934 


3»a» 




658 


1,500 


I, 


a,i5i 


2,100 


3» 


624 


X,200 


i 


2,710 


7,156 


I, J 


1,087 


8,874 


7.J 


1,955 


2,500 


i 

1 


361 


2,800 


* 


1,016 


6,127 


i,< 


2,800 




3,: 



628 


3,000 


i 


1,639 




• • • ■ < 


482 


2,397 


I,: 


300 


3,199 


] 


388 


2,000 


c 


548 


z,8oo 


t 


1,100 


2,260 


x,^ 


3,091 


",637 


2,e 


1,924 


8,000 


I,! 


3,600 






6,175 




15,^ 




1,190 


3 


4,931 


31,030 


4,^ 


1,703 


4,358 


2,C 


700 


5,063 


( 


210 


2,305 





AMERICAN LIBRARY ANNUAL 

Location. • i Name. librarian. No. Vols. Acces^oni. 

Nevada 

Suae I., Carson City: Frank G. Pyne, libn, 

Carson City State L Frank G. Pjme 53^30 3^20 

Reno Free Public L John H. Hamlin. . . . 8,664 480 

Reno Univ. of Nevada L. . . .J. D. Layman 21,000 2,280 



New Hampshire 

SUUe L.f Concord Arthur H. Chase, libn, 

N, H. L, Comn.: Arthur H. Chase, sec,. State Z.., Concord. 

N, H, L, Assoc,: Caroline B. Clement, sec,, Manchester, 

Berlin Free Public L Adria A. Hutchinson 7,580 

Claremont Fiske Free L Abbie Field 8,775 

Concord N. H. Hist. Soc. L Edith S. Freeman. . . z8,ooo 

Concord Public L Grace Blanchard. . . 31,235 

Concord St. Paul's School, Shel- 
don L Charles S. Knox. . . . 18,909 

Concord State L Arthur H. Chase. . . 139,185 

Dover Public L Caroline H. Garland. 40,235 

Durham Hamilton Smith P. L. .Mabel Hodgkins . . . 28,143 

Exeter Public L Carrie W. B3rington 16,212 

Franklin Public L Mrs. Barron Shirley 8,254 

Hanover Dartmouth Coll. L. . . . N. L. Goodrich. .-. . . 120,000 

Keene Public L Mary L. Saxton. . . . 18,243 

Laconia Public L. (i br.) Olin S. Davis 18,833 

Lancaster Public L Martha W. Brackett 8,484 

Littleton Public L Jennie E. Smith 8,715 

Manchester City L F. Mabel Winchell. . 66,555 

Milford Free L Annabell C. Secombe 11,104 

Nashua Public L Harriet Crombie.. . . 25,754 

Newport Richards Free L Anne Parmelee 9,006 

Peterboro Town L Mrs. Eva E. Coffin . 14,265 

Portsmouth Athenaetmi L Annie S. Hanscom. . 22,500 

Portsmouth Public L Hannah G. Femald. 20,207 

Rochester Public L. (3 br.) L. E. Parshley I4t859 

Somersworth Public L Frances D. Hurd . . . 11,994 

Wolfeboro Brewster Free L Elizabeth Brewster. 4,500 



243 

375 

30s 
724 

453 
5,000 
1.391 
1,113 

S14 
428 

3,223 
69Z 

1,281 

X65 

325 
2,015 

658 

1,334 
409 

363 



X,I2Z 
452 

371 
262 



New Jersey 

State L,y Trenton: H: C. Buchanan, libn. 

New Jersey Ptiblic L, Comn,: H: C. Buchanan, sec^ Trenton, 

New Jersey L, Assoc,: Edna B. Pratt, see,. Public L, Comn,, Trenton. 

Asbury Park Public L L. des Anges Harvey 7,518 

Atlantic City Free Public L A. P. Abbott 23,266 

Bayonne Free Public L. (3 br.) .Mary G. Peters .... 27,693 

Belleville Free Public L. (i br.) . . Mrs. E. A. Shattuck 6,040 

Bloomfield Jarvie Memorial L. . . .Mrs. M. R. Ludey. . 13,193 

Bridgeton Library Assoc. L E. V. Wallen 5,ooo 

Burlington Burlington L Lydia Weston 18,763 

Camden Free Public L. (2 br.) . Wm. H. Ketler 40,263 

Dover Free Public L Martha A. Burnet. . 5,000 

East Newark Free Public L Thomas J. Carey. . . 8,360 

East Orange Free Public L. (2 br.) .Louise G. Hinsdale . 35,899 

Elizabeth Free Public L. (4 br.). . Charles A. George . . 31,988 

Englcwood Free Public L Harriet R. Prosser . . 13,792 

Glen Ridge L. Assoc Abbie S. Fuller 6,500 

168 



818 

1,844 
3,464 
1,600 

1,145 
300 



4,999 

300 

475 
5,4" 
6,244 

689 



LIBRARY LIST FOR UNITED STATES 



Location. 



Name. 



Librarian. 



New Jersey— Continued 

Hackensack Johnson Public L Mary Boggan 

Haddonfield Free Public L Anna L. Cawley. . . 

Hightstown Peddle Inst. Longstreet L.Marie F. Wait . 

Hoboken Free Public L Thomas F. Hatfield 

Hoboken Stevens Inst. Tech. L. . Enid M. Hawkins. . 

Jersey City Free Public L. (4 br.) .Esther E. Burdick . 

Kearny Free Public L M. B. KilGour 



Lakewood Public L Katherine A. OXeary 5,398 



Lawrenceville School L A. F. Jamieson 

Long Branch Public L Mary Clarkson. . . . 

Madison Drew Theol. Sem. L. . . Samuel R. Leland. . 

Madison Public L Norma B. Bennett. 

Montclair Free Public L. (i br.) . .Katharine S. SchoU 

Morristown Morristown L CO. Lounsbury. . 

Mount Holly Burlington Co. Lye. L.Anna H. Deacon. . . 

New Bnmswick.. . .Free Public L Cornelia A. See. . . 

New Brunswick. . . . Gardner A. Sage L John C. Van Dyke . 

New Brunswick. . . . Rutgers Coll. L George A. Osbom. . 

Newark Free Public L. (7 br.). . John Cotton Dana. 

Newark N. J. Hist Soc. L Joseph F. Folsom. . 

Newton Dennis L Laura L. Coursen.. 



Orange Orange Free L. (4 br.) .Elizabeth H. Wesson 35,715 



Passaic Public L. (3 br.) H. Elizabeth White 

Paterson Free Public L. (2 br.) . G. F. Winchester . . 

Perth Amboy Public L Anne O. Shivers. . . 



Plainfield Public L Florence M. Bowman 44,714 



Princeton Free Public L. (i br.) .Agnes Miller 

Princeton Theological SeoL L. . .Joseph H. Dulles. . 

Princeton University L. (la br.) .E. C. Richardson. . 

Rahway L. Assoc A. W. Lupton .... 

Rutherford Free Public L Dorothy E. Burrows 

Salem Public L Comelie Prior 

South Orange Free Pub. Circ. L Julia Schneider. . . . 

Summit Free Public L Louise R. Morris. . 

Town of Union. . . .Free Public L Helen Brooks 

Trenton Free Public L. (i br.) .Howard L. Hughes 

Trenton State L H. C. Buchanan.. . 

Trenton St. Norm. & Mod. SchX. Martha F. Nelson 

Vineland Free Public L Minnie G. Clark. . . 

West Hoboken Free Public L Paul M. Konert . . . 

Westfield Free Public L Gertrude T. Barr. . 

Woodbury Deptford Inst. L Mrs. E. R. Johnson 



No. Vols. 



15,103 
6,840 

9,000 

45,885 
8,700 

130,825 

8,819 



5,000 

8,000 

119,776 

9,551 
30,268 

25,000 

9,738 
30,285 
50,000 

64,521 

191,178 

27,000 

7,854 



28,815 

45i286 

8,214 



5,000 

89,454 
284^89 

15,000 
6,563 

",745 
9,688 

8,000 
7,000 
49,683 
83,441 
6,977 
7,450 

7,404 
6,000 

8,162 



. . Book 

Accessions. Income, pendit 



1,272 5,607 

266 

250 

5,757 22,915 

899 1,706 

5,803 46,745 

969 4,158 

100 

4,617 885 

349 

2,541 14,467 

• ••■•• •••••■• 

• •••• •••••• 

1,004 S,ooo 

700 

2,961 

19,223 119,000 

2,810 5,200 

200 2,597 

2,288 7,844 

4,268 11,711 

5,057 27,089 

1,283 4,800 

2,942 9,116 

950 1,250 

3,497 

11,693 46,607 

3,000 

1,008 2,451 

650 12,368 

1,214 2,976 

•••••• ••••••• 

7,552 24,250 

3,519 

34^ ••..... 

1,500 

1,216 5,000 
2,000 

445 



New Mexico 

State L, (Law)y Santa Fe. 

Agricultural Coll.. .N. M. Agri. & Mech. 

Arts Col. L Josephine Morton . . 14,1 1 2 

Albuquerque Public L Nell M. Wetter 6,193 

Albuquerque Univ. of N. M. L. (i br.)Della J. Sisler 10,000 

East Las Vegas. . . .Carnegie Public L Mrs. M. Chapman. . 6,500 



1,044 



800 
543 



4,000 

2,500 

500 

1,164 



169 



AMERICAN LIBRARY ANNUAL 

Location. Name. Librarian. No. Volt. Accession!. In oo me , 

New York 

State jL., Albany: J. I. Wyer, Jr., libn. 

Educational Extension Division, State L,, W. R. Eastman, chief, has the functions of a Stale 

N. y. State Lib, Assoc.: Mrs. Kate Deane Andrews, sec., Steele Memorial Library, Elmira. 

N, y. High School Librarian's Assoc,: Henrietta Arden, sec,, De Witt Clinton High School, 1 

Hudson Valley L. Club: Isobel Halloc, sec,, Milton, 

Lake County L, Club: Caroline F. Webster, sec., Gencseo, 

Long Island L. Club: Edith M. Pomeroy, sec,, Pratt Inst. F, L,,' Brooklyn, N, F. 

N. Y. L. Club: Susan A. Hutchison, sec., Brooklyn Inst. Museum, Brooklyn. 

Northern New York L. Club: Jane Naughton, sec., Watertown. 

Southern Tier L Club.: J. W. Livingston, sec., Marathon, 

Syracuse L, Club: Edith E. Clarke, sec,, Syracuse Univ, Lib,, Syracuse, 

Albany Free L. (i br.) Jane Brower 8,120 443 3f20C 

Albany Pruyn L Mabel McKay 12,766 1,401 4f9o8 

Albany Public Sch. L Celia M. Houghton . 35,643 1,132 861 

Albany State L J. 1. Wyer, Jr 153,220 

Albany Union Free L Maud C. O'Hagan. . 12,763 750 4»6oo 

Albany Y. M. Assoc. Cent. L. . E. Elizabeth Barker. 24,766 2,211 51899 

Albion Swan L Lillian A. Achilles . . 11,591 556 3|X48 

Alden Free L Ellen A. Parker 3,467 278 231 

Amsterdam Free L Mrs. J. C. Moore. . . 11,983 859 S>i99 

Auburn Seymour L Elizabeth P. Clarke. 23,270 1,125 7,ooo 

Aurora Wells Coll. L Alice E. Sanborn. . . 19,802 1,028 4,089 

Batavia Union Sch. (Richmond 

Mem).L Julia M. Booth 14,058 266 3,315 

Bath Davenport L Ruth E. Frost 7,000 152 a,ooo 

Binghamton Public L Wm. F. Seward 27,427 2,872 xx,4^ 

Brockport Normal School L S. Janette Reynolds. 11,770 447 

Brooklyn Adelphi Coll. L Mabel Farr 14,250 371 

Brooklyn Central Y.M.C. A. L.Wm.H.Coughlin.. . 11,567 118 1,300 

Brooklyn Children'sMu8.,Bklyn. 

Inst. L Miriam S. Draper. . . 6,469 406 

Brooklyn Comm. High Sch. L. . . W. H. Duncan, Jr . . 3,603 615 

Brooklyn Inst. Museum L S. A. Hutchinson . . . 19,867 712 

Brooklyn L. I. Hist. Soc. L Emma Toedteberg. . 76,660 1,003 7,77^ 

Brooklyn Kings Co. Med. Soc. L.Alb. T. Huntington . 65,000 3,000 3,330 

Brooklyn Pratt Inst. Free L. . . .Edward F. Stevens . 101,819 6,184 

Brooklyn Public L. (30 br.) Frank P. Hill 705,426 59,244 434i5^S 

Buffalo Catholic Inst. L Marie X. Sevasco. . . 13,810 400 9,599 

Buffalo CentralY.M.C.A.L.J. El. Dayton 13,000 1,800 x,200 

Buffalo Grosvenor L E. E. Van Duzee . . . 84450 3,4SO 26,189 

Buffalo Hist. Soc. L Mrs. A. A. Andrews. 32,054 842 300 

Buffalo Public L. (5 br.) Walter L. Brown. . . 300,512 41,497 121,117 

Canastota Public L Julia M. Perkins 6,687 379 2,107 

Catskill Public L Emily F. Becker 7,6oo 428 1,102 

Cazenovia Public L M. H. Hemingway . 11,978 544 i,277 

Chatham Public L S. H. Woodbridge . . 7,750 690 1,886 

Clinton Hamilton Coll. L J. D. Ibbotson, Jr. . . 51,728 1,000 2,680 

Cohocs City L Ehner E. Bell 6,042 435 500 

Coming Free L Grace IngersoU 9,598 410 1,189 

Cortland State Norm. Sch. L . . . Edward D. Curtis . . 12,000 500 500 

Coxsackie Heermance Mem. L. . . Mrs. M. E. Colegrove 4,280 1,133 3»074 

Dr>'den Southworth L Jennie H. Kennedy. 10467 240 

Dunkirk Free L Carlina M. Monchow 11,058 3,200 

Elmira Steele Memorial L Kate D. Andrew .. . 17,374 1,388 9,528 

Freclonia D. R. Barker L. (i br.) Florence S. Hall 9,564 337 1,664 

Fulton Public L Mrs. H. B. Emens. . 7,111 468 1,863 

170 



LIBRARY LIST FOR UNITED STATES 



L>ocation. 



Name. 



Librarian. 



No. VoU. 



'ork — Continued 

2seo State Norm. Sch. L. . .Ida M. Hemans 9*035 

!seo Wadsworth L Ethel Frazer 18,860 

;va High Sch. L W. H. Truesdale 11)650 

;va Hobart Coll. L H. H. Yeames 5i)047 

. Cove Public L Eugenie C. Thome . 6,662 

ersville Free L Harriet R. Peck. . . . 28,280 

ne Moore Memorial L... JMrs. E. A. Wilbur. . 5,781 

lilton Colgate Univ. L D. F. Estes 54»727 

erstraw Kings' Daughters P. L.Mary £. Van Orden . 5,7 76 

Limer FreeL Edith M. Sheaf 11,843 

lell Free L Mary £. Windsor. . . 16,600 

son Hendrik Hudson Chap. 

D. A. R. Free L Maud A. Rice 6,200 

tington Library Assoc. L Mary F. Gaines .... 8,350 

Free Public L Anna H. Perkins . . . 16,262 

igton Guiteau L L. R. Townsend 7ii96 

ca. Cornell Univ. L George Wm. Harris. 395,209 

aica .QueensboroP.L.(2obr.) J. F. Hume 149,224 

sstown. Jas. Prendergast F. L. . Luda T. Henderson . 2 1 ,724 

istown Public L Kath. M. Seaman. . 12,423 

jston City L. (i br.) Marion Herbert 7437 

e Falls Public L Mabel E. Richards.. 8,704 

:port Public L Carrie F. Gates 10,653 

dletown N. Y. Thrall L M. K. Van Keuren.. 13,987 

Vernon Public L Frances D. Thomson. 23,867 

ark Free Public L Anna B. Colwell 9,576 

burgh Free L Thos. M. Hawthorne 40,411 

Paltz State Norm. L Faye MacFerran. . . 6,847 

Rochelle Public L Katherine Tappert.. 28,247 

York Am. Inst. Soc. Serv. L . MargueriteA.Goeki . 7,500 

York Am. Mus. Nat. Hist. L.Ralph W. Tower ... 61 ,800 

York Bryson L. Teachers CoU.Elizabeth G. Baldwin. 65,730 

York aty HaU L Philip Baer 7,783 

Yock Coll. CityN. Y.L C. G. Herbermann. . 52,000 

Yock, Coltmi. Univ. L Wm. D. Johnston. . . 472,511 

York. Cooper Union L X. C. L. Jordan 45,760 

York Gen. & Biog. Soc. L . . . John R. Totten .... 12,450 

York Gen. Soc. Mech. and 

Tradesmen Free L . . H. W. Parker 92,711 

York Gen. Theol. Sem. L . . . Edward H. Virgin . . 51,843 

York Hispanic Soc. of Am. L.W. R. Martin 75,ooo 

York Huntington F. L. (Wstchr). Emma K. Volz 5,748 

York L. Engineering Soc. . .W. P. Cutter 42,354 

York Mercantile L. (i br.) . . W. T. Peoples 241,854 

Y<^k Met. Mus. of Art L. . .William Clifford 22,340 

York N. Y. Bar Assoc. L. . .Franklin O. Poole.. . 93,739 

York N.Y.Co.Lawyers'AssocX. Aaron H. Singer 14,000 

York N. Y. Hist. Soc. L Robert H. Kelby . . . 119,238 

York N. Y. Law Inst. L Wm. H. Winters. . . 73,468 

York N. Y. Sch. Philant. L. . Fred. W. Jenkins . . . 9,100 

York N. Y. Soc. L Frank B. Bigelow. . . 100,000 

York N. Y. Univ. Gen. L. . .Belle Corwin 68,265 

York Public L. (40 br.) John S. Billings. .. 2,019,813 

York Normal Coll. L Edith Rice 15,565 

171 



. . - Book Ex- 
Accessions. Income, pondituret. 



1,615 

693 
670 

1,398 

355 

595 
148 

3,157 
300 

515 
1,397 



828 



1,416 
600 

3,047 
900 

300 

4,762 

2,300 
2,159 



276 
400 
400 
360 

293 
141* 
3,321 
200 
681 

679 



1,361 794* 

572 1,824 293* 

483 2,500 400 

565 

11,513 48,000 23,000 

29,786 131,946 131,303 

1,068 7,000 979 

621 2,716 461 

691 4,303 907 

500 1,163 545* 

484 2,341 550 
988 3,791 914 

1,980 15,000 2,297 

831 3,100 919 

X,8SS 1,333 

221 449 449 

2,569 13,316 1,554 

400 7,560 • 

3,500 7,000 

3,613 

97 

24,703 91,008 25,909 

1,780 • 

1,433 * 

2,326 

2,613 6,736 6,432 

10,000 

1,762 13,500 1,844 

6,744 34,518 8,735 

2,150 

4,789 11,774 

2,500 6,000 

1,476 26,464 1,047 

1,742 16,500 4,527 

2,106 1,700 

3,578 19,574 5,508 

1,680 

190,520 1,114,179 265,921 

1,142 3,474 1,374 



AMERICAN LIBRARY ANNUAL 



Location. ''^^ " r Nazne.1 Librarian. ' 

New York-^oniinued 

New York Union Theol. Sem.L. .Wm. W. Rockwdl. . 104,446 

New York Y.M.C.A. R.R. Br. L. . W. L. McKinlay . . . 19,109 

New York Y J^.C. A. (23d St.Br.)L.A. A. Clarke 9,945 

New York Y.M.C.A.(WestSideB.).MissF.R.Petric. . 40,223 

New York Y.M. Hebrew AssocX.Melaine Baer 11^450 

Niagara Falls. Public L Jennie A. Winner. . . 21,755 

North Tonawanda . Public L Mrs. M. T. Warren. 10,414 

Norwich Guernsey Mem. L N. L. Ruckteshler . . 9,600 

Ogdensburg Public L. (i br.) Gladys Shepard 15,825 

Olean Public L Maud D. Brooks. . . 10,289 

Ossining Public L. (i br.) Margaret A^)er 6,373 

Oswego City L Robert S. Kelsey. . . * 8,819 

Oswego St. Norm. & Tr. Sch. L.Florence Bunker. . . . 20,507 

Owego Cobum Free L J. B. Worthington. . 10,000 

Penn Yan Public L Henrietta H. Kimball 7,522 

Plattsburg Pubhc L Ernest S. Hall 8,462 

Plattsburg State Norm. Sch. L. . .Anne O'Brien 7,427 

Port Henry Sherman Free L 6,186 

Port Jervis Free L Anna E. Wells I9)i50 

Potsdam Pub. L. and Read. Rm.Wm. Keenan 5>367 

Poughkeepsie Adriance Mem. L John C. Sickley .... 48,314 

Poughkeepsie Vassar Coll. L Amy L. Reed 7i}92x 

Rochester Reynolds L. (i br.) . . . Anne R. Collins .... 68,031 

Rochester Theol. Sem. L W. R. Betteridge. .. 38,093 

Rochester Univ. of Rochester L. .H. K. Phinney 57»o53 

Rome Jervis L Eugenie Stevens. . . . 15,652 

Salem Bancroft Public L Frances F. Leighton. 8,000 

Schenectady Public L Henry Glen 27»959 

Schenectady Union Coll. L DeWitt Clinton 41,000 

Skaneateles L. Assoc. L Lydia A. Cobane. . . 14,200 

Southampton Rogers Mem. L Julia W. Foster 10,768 

Syracuse Central High Sch. L. . . M. L. Pattison 6,891 

Syracuse Court of Appeals L . . . George N. Cheney . . 29,688 

Syracuse Onondaga Med. L. Assoc.Fk. W. Marlow. . . 7,803 

Syracuse Public L. (i br.) Ezekiel W. Mundy.. 93,948 

Syracuse Public High Sch. L. . .M. L. Pattison 5,885 

Syracuse Univ. L Mrs. M. J. Sibley.. . 84,365 

Troy Public L Mary L. Davis 46,301 

Troy Rensselaer Poly. InstX.Harriet R. Peck . . . 1 2,000 

Utica Public L. (i br.) C. M. Underbill. . . . 64,649 

Warsaw Public L H. M. Cameron 6,697 

Watertown R. P. Flower Mem. L. . Samuel A. Hayt 27,687 

Waverly High School L Effie Louise Scott. . . 4,813 

Westfield Patterson L Sarah H. Ames 16,017 

West Point U. S. Mil. Acad. L Edward S. Holden . . 84,140 

White Plains Public L Clara F. Hopper 11,025 

Yonkers Public L Helen M. Blodgett.. 26,147 

Yonkers Woman's Inst. L P. Heermance 6,162 



No. Vols. Accessions. Income. 



Boo kEi» 
pendtmm* 



3,936 
1,098 

451 
894 
750 

3,"5 
442 

642 

549 

1,651 

834 

818 
200 

639 
990 

SOI 
SOI 

713 
382 

2,146 

3,518 

2,035 
688 

4,447 
564 
236 

3Wl8s 
567 
374 
413 

XAA 

64s 
788 

7,988 

356 

2,493 
1,607 

6,655 
330 

967 
167 
627 

4,097 

583 

3,766 

269 



North Carolina 

State L., Raleigh: Miles 0. Sherrill, libn. 

North Carolina L. Comn.: Minnie W. Leatherman, sec,, Box 425, RalHgh, 

North Carolina L, Assoc.: Mary B. Pahner, sec, Carnegie L., Charlotte, 

Asheville Pack Memorial L Grace McH. Jones. . 10,805 280 

Chapel Hill Univ. of N. Car. L.. ..Louis R. Wilson. . . . 60^2 3/)oa 

172 



3,673 

4,279 
a,40o 

8^146 

2,600 

4,381 
2,614 
4^400 
30,100 
1,200 
1,240 

• ••••• 

1,264 
2,800 

1,342 
1,342 
3,884 
1,540 
12,163 



3,711 
3,28s 
3,000 

2,138 

13,690 

1,500 

1,700 

I • • • • • • 

Xf400 

1,510 

41,500 

1,450 



28,609 
1.300 
8,000 



JjOOO 
10,000 

S.I96 

15,979 
970 



••••••« 



829 
300 



3«i3S 

608 

2,607 

900 

■■■'50:. 

• ■ ■ • • ■ » 

446 

•58* 

753 
3«* 
3*339 

3,»i9 
1,010 

i^ 

49» 

«9* 

4,233 

i,5« 

322 

SCO 
479* 

9^17 

520* 



10,314 III99 



26,736 

S7J 
754 

30» 

53« 

10^ 

761 

4,873 
115 



a»S" 

16,669 6,73< 



LIBRARY LIST FOR UNITED STATES 



Location. Name. Librarian. No. Vols. 

North Carolina— C<m/mii0i 

Charlotte Biddle Univ. L C. H. Shute 7,000 

Charlotte Carnegie L Mary B. Palmer 6,266 

Davidson Davidson Coll. (Union) L. . Cornelia Shaw. . 22,367 

Durham Trinity ColL L Joseph P. Breedlove. 42,622 

Greensboro. Public L Bettie D. Caldwell. . 6,854 

Greensboro State Norm. Ind. Coll. L. Annie F. Petty ... 8,625 

Raleigh Olivia Raney L Jennie H. Coffin. . . . 10,230 

Raleigh State L. (2 br.) Miles O. Sherrill. . . . 40,515 

West Raleigh N. C. Coll. Ag. Mech. 

Arts L Mrs. C. Williamson. 7,000 

Wilmington Public L Elise Emerson 6,468 

Winston-Salem .... Carnegie Public Jy. . . . Mrs. M. C. Prather . 5,200 

Winston-Salem Salem Acad. Coll. L. . . £. A Lehman 11,000 



. . Book Ex- 

AccesMona. Income, pcnditures. 



500 
980 

258 
819 

821 

575 
892 

395 

400 

681 

450 

75 



• ••••• « 



3»7o8 
1,700 



3i07i 

3,382 
1,500 



1,700 
1,500 



760 
579 



549* 

743 
283 

1,000 



492 

800 



Hordi Dakota 

State Law L., Bismarck. 

North Dakota State L, Comn.: Minnie C. Budlong, sec., Bismarck. 

North Dakota L. Assoc.: Alice M. Paddock, sec., P. L. Jamestown. 

Agricultural ColL . .N. Dak. Agri. CoU. L .Ethel McVeety 22,775 

Bismarck State Law L 15,000 

Devils Lake Carnegie L Anna Sprung 3,105 

EUendale State Norm. Ind. Sch. L.Carrie Tuttle 3,760 

Fargo Public L Amy G. Bosson .... 9,820 

Grand Forks Public L Adah Durand 9,ioi 

Grand Forks Univ. of N. Dak. L C. W. Sumner 33,39o 

Mmot Public L Margaret Greene. . . 2,799 

Olilo 

Staie JL, Cdkmbus: John H. Newman, Ubn. 

Ohio Board of L. Comns.: John H. Newman, sec., Columbus. 

Ohio L. Assoc.: Louisa K. Fast, sec,, Tiffin. 

Akrcm Public L Mary P. Edgerton. . 29,613 

Alliance Carnegie Ftee L Ida L. Rhinehart . . . 7,147 

Alliance Mt. Union Coll. L Homer J. Webster. . 10,000 

Ashtabula Public L Frances Dickinson. . 7,082 

Athens Carnegie L. Ohio.Univ.Chas. G. Matthews . 37,000 

Cambridge. Public L Martha G. Robbins. 5,300 

Canton Public L Mary P. Martin. . . . 30,105 

Chillicothe Public L B. E. Stevenson .... 39,536 

Cincinnati Cin. Soc of Nat. ^st. L.Thos. B. Collier. • . 22,000 

Cincinnati Hebrew Union Coll. L . Adolph S. Oko 35,ooo 

Cincinnati Iffist. & Philos. Soc. O. L.L. Belle Hamlin. . 22,130 

Cincinnati Law Assoc. L Edwin Gholson 35,000 

Cincinnati Lloyd L.&Mu8. 36,011 

Cindnnati Public L. (17 br.) N. D. C. Hodges .. . 407,616 

Cincinnati Univ. of Cincinnati L. Charles A Read. . . . 57,426 

Cincinnati Y. M. Mercantile L. • . R. M. McCurdy. . . . 80,797 

CfrdeviUe Public L. Mary Wilder 24,301 

Cleveland. Addbert Coll. L George F. Strong. . . 73,083 

Cleveland. Case L John W. Perrin. 73,500 

Cleveland. Coll. for Women L. . . . CaroUne £. Waters . 8^278 

Cleveland. Public L. (35 br.) W. H. Brett 444,907 

Qevdand. West Reserve Hist SocX.Annette P. Ward . . 39,139 

Cdumbos. Public L. (x br.) John J. Pugh 68,848 

Columbus. Public Sch.X> Martin Hensel 79,603 

173 



474 




939 


395 


3,000 


x,ooo* 


6x0 


2,X47 


356 


350 






906 


5,389 


539 


704 


3,000 


400 


2,500 


8,800 


2,379 


34a 


6,5" 


382 



3,204 ix,977 8,X37 

399 2,756 270 

300 550 200* 

314 3,24X 1,472 

4,000 7^00 5,000 
x,ooo 3,278 900* 
x,849 7,"6 x,8xx 
1,599 3,866 868* 
2,796 X09* 

1,521 

1,194 2,390 633* 

1,100 3,700 

30,440 x6o,i37 34,557 

3,263 7,000 2,000 

x,536 9,X36 3,083 

6x0 x,666 360 

3,189 6,953 

1,800 ♦ 

620 

70,794 337,082 42,239 

750 

3,583 25,870 3,412* 

4,822 xo,690 2,704 



AMERICAN LIBRARY ANNUAL 



Location.^. Name. Lbrarian. No. Vols. 

O hio — Continued 

Columbus State L John H. Newman. . . 146,347 

Columbus State Univ. L Olive Jones 106^00 

Conneaut Carnegie Public L. . . .Marie T. Brown. . . . 5,148 

Coshocton Public L Joseph Love 9>3oo 

Dayton Pub. L. & Mus. (2 br.) .L. M. Clatworthy . . 87,218 

Dayton Steele High School L. .Frances Hunter. . . . 3,825 

Defiance Public L Jewel Fouke 13,761 

Delaware City L Mrs. Margaret Lahr S,ooo 

Delaware Slociun L., Ohio Wes- 

leyan Univ. (i br.). . Russell B. Miller. . . . 62,877 

East Liverpool Carnegie Public L Harriet Goss 8,199 

Elyria Public L Marian Comings. . . 24,680 

Findlay Public L Mary B. Morrison. . 9,276 

Fremont Berchard L Mrs. E. C. Cast 18,185 

Galion Public L Estella B. Coyle. . . . 4,757 

Gallipolis Public L Mrs. A. A. Vanden. . 6,632 

Gambier Kenyon Coll. L Mrs. E. D. Devol. . . 55,000 

Granville Denison Univ. L K. Shepard-Hines. . . 34,412 

Greenville Carnegie L M. J. Routzong 13,400 

Hamilton Lane Free L Hattie S. James 13 . 246 

Ironton Briggs L Mary V. Wilson. . . . 6,500 

Lancaster Public L L. Busby 9f305 

Lima Public L Lyle Harter 8,731 

Lorain Free Public L Elizabeth K. Steele . 8,355 

Mansfield Free Public L Martha Mercer. . . . 16,295 

Marietta Marietta Coll. L Minnie M. Orr 61,000 

Marietta Public L Willia D. Cotton . . . 13,669 

Marion Public L Dora Nash 7»952 

Massillon McClymonds Pub. L. . Clara Miller 18,258 

Mt. Vernon Public L Ethel M. Knapp.. . . 6,704 

National Military 

Home Putnam & Thomas L. . Samuel F. Harvey. . 25,661 

Niles Library Assoc. L Ida E. Sloan 3»53S 

Norwalk Y. M. L. & Rd. Rm. As.L. E. Strutton 8,884 

Oberlin Oberlin Coll. L Azariah S. Root . . .. 122,222 

Oxford Miami Univ. L. S. J. Brandenbuig. . 31,384 

Oxford Western ColL L Grace E. Herrick . . . 14,713 

Painesville Public L Margaret Kilboume. 10,233 

Piqua Schmidlapp F. P. Sch. 

L. (i br.) Jessie H. Masden.. . 14,777 

Portsmouth Free Public L Nana A. Newton. . . 19,658 

Salem Public L Mrs. H. S. Carey. . . 7,500 

Sandusky Carnegie Public L Edna A. Holzaepfd. 18,005 

Sidney Public L Emma Grahaxa 10,793 

Springfield Warder Public L. Alice Bucrowes. 37,831 

Springfield Wittenberg CoU. L — Grace Prince.. ..... 16,791 

SteubenviUe Carnegie L Beatrice M. Kelly . . 12,035 

Tiffin Public L Jessie D. Heiafaiier.. 10,506 

Toledo Public L Willis Fuller Sewdl. 89,651 

Troy Free Public Sch. L Clara D. Williams. . I2,6a7 

Urbana Public L Mrs. H. C. Milne. .. 8,8og 

Van Wert Brumback L. (15 br.) .Coriane A. Met2. . . . x8,5i2 

Warren Public L Cornelia G. Smkh . . 14^571 

Washington C. H . . Carnegie Public L . . . . Bess B. Kerr 6,20a 

174 



AcceMioofl. Income, penditurw 



11,431 
zo,6oo 

887 

750 

5,369 

375 
287 

883 

2,475 
15a 

845 
625 

636 

272 

124 

983 
1,622 

429 

1,071 

350 

1,100 

9x9 

525 
850 

500 
588 

923 

500 

2X7 

232 

34* 
7,271 

3,259 
395 
487 

6#S 

297 
400 

M29 
1.438 

X,99» 

7^ 
8S4 
940 

7,52» 
935 
57^ 

1,845 

^SS 

4JO 



38,660 

41,150 
3,964 

28,582 

• ••••• 

2,330 
2,200 



3/561 

• • • • • 

2A>3 

2,361 

1,598 
1,291 

1,988 

2,400 

2,84s 
4,500 

2,000 

2,42X 
3,500 

4,094 

3,700 

• • • • • 

2,539 
3,243 
4,376 
2,476 



2,335 
1,849 

2X,23X 

6,000 

1,887 

3t76x 
3wi66 

2,099 

4,753 
S,oo8 

1^^,954 

4.400 
1^,200 

30,109 
3.707 

7,921 
3.7S7 
1.SS0 



25,000 

5^9 
850 

4,845 

3S« 

750* 

6,471 
124 

2,087 
617 
«7r 

1,150 
77S' 

ifSoo 

2,S«6 
i,4«i 



815* 



700 



«•••••• 



4S5 
67J 
X97 



xj8 

240 
6,010 
2,900 

747 

>87 

4XS 

38r 

MM 



Mxx 
357 



2,149 


I,200* 
• 


3,Soo 


IjOOO* 


3,000 


459 
« 


3,650 


3,000 


9,000 


1,804 


3,363 


♦ 


2,375 


950* 



LIBRARY UST FOR UNITED STATES 

Location. Name. Librarian. No. Vols. Accessions. Income. penditure«. 

Ohio — Continued 

Wellington Public L Edith E. Robinson.. 8,388 561 

Westervillc OtterbeinUniv.L. .. .Tirza L. Barnes.... 10,678 551 1,600 355 

Wooster Univ. of Woo6ter L. . .Thos. K. Davis 32,000 i,43S 

Xenia Xenia L. Assoc. L. ... Etta G. McElwain. . 14,191 273 3,235 

Youngstown R. McMillan F. L Anna L. Morse 42,337 3,881 18,613 4,ioz 

Zanesville John Mclntire Pub. L..Alice Searle 22,437 969 5,250 1,800* 

Oklahoma 

State L., Guthrie: S. O. Daws, libn. 

Oklahoma L, Assoc,: Mrs. Margaret W. Quigley, sec., Northwestern State Normal School, Weather- 
ford, 

Alva Northwestern State N. Sch. L.Kate Ross. . . 7,135 850 

Edmond Cent. State Norm. Sch. L . Ruby Canton ... 11 ,000 i»7oo 

Enid Carnegie L Jane G. Vandever . . 4,000 

Guthrie Carnegie L Mrs. B. McBride. . . 10,250 443 

Guthrie State L S. 0. Daws 14,000 3,000 

Norman State Univ. L J. L. Rader 20,000 i,493 

Oklahoma Qty .... Carnegie Public L Edith A. Phelps 18,015 1,722 

Shawnee Carnegie Public L Mrs. M. W. Funk. . 6,164 788 

Stillwater Agri. & Mech. Coll. L . Cora A. Miltimore. . 1 2,500 i ,700 

Weatherford S.W. Normal Sch. L. . . M. W. Quigley 6,000 5,704 

Oregon 

State L,, Salem: Edna M. Hawley, libn. 

Oregon L. Comn,: Cornelia Marvin, sec., State House, Salem, 

Pacific Northwest L, Assoc.: Ludle F. Fargo, sec,. No, Central H, S, L,, Spokane, Wash. 

Corvallis Oregon Agri. Coll. L. . . Ida A. Kidder 15,648 

Eugene Univ. of Oregon. L. . . .M. H. Douglass. . . . 36,873 

Forest Grove Pacific Univ. L J. W. Marsh 17,700 

Mt. Angel Mt. Angel CoU. L Rev. J. Cummisky. . 20,000 

Portland L. Assoc. (4 br.) Mary Frances Isom. 116,986 

Portland Oregon Hist. Soc. L. . . Geo. H. IGnes ii,75o 

Salem Ore. L. Comn. L Cornelia Marvin.. . . 30,760 

Salem Public L Essie M. Culver 10,000 

Salem State L Edna M. Hawley. . . so,ooo 

Salem Willamette Univ. L 17,000 

The Dalles. Public L Elizabeth C. Stevens 3,219 

Ptmisylvanla 

State L.f Boffisbur^ Thomas L. Montgomesy, libn. 

Pennsylvania Free L. Comn,: T. L. Montgomery, sec. 

Keystone State L, Assoc,: Georgia Rathbone, sec,, WUkes-Barre, 

MonongeM^ Valley JL. Assoc,: Luelia M. Stevenson^ Carnegie Free L,, Braddock, 

Penns^wtrnm L. C, Jean E. Gkaffen, sec,, N£, cor, zjPh wl L&cust Sis,, Fidla,, Pa, 

Allegheny Canegie Free I*. Edward E. Eggeia. . 76,026 

iUlegbeny P.Schu&CitiieD'sL. .DavidaDabettu . . 30,486 

iltoona Uechanics' L Elizabeth L. Snyder. 49,400 

leaver FaUi. Cacntgie Free L Hacd R. Clifton.. . . 9,966 

Bcdilefaem Fice L. (i br.) £. D. Burrows 7,854 

llDomsbuig Public L Edith Patterson 6,808 

Bcaddock Cunegie Free L. (4 br.) .Geo. H. Lamb.. . . 58,207 

Biadford. Camegie Public L Susan L. Shennan. . 16,914 

Bvyn Mawr Biyn Mawr ColL L. . .Mary L. Jones 63,666 

CUifomia &W. State Norm. Sch. L. A M. Shutterly. . 7,500 

175 



1,269 




2,500 


4,733 


XO,00O 




538 


SS2 




300 






22,598 


93,753 


26,841 


240 


2,700 






7,374 


2,382 




8,910 


8,742 
ISO* 


452 


2,320 


375 



6,418 


28,4l« 


7,375 


5,500 


'4,230 


I,X1»* 


1,444 


3,3S» 


«,15» 


923 


5,218 


900 


498 


a,zo8 


198 


460 


2,477 


446 


1,712 




3,778 


1.968 


6,141 


1,978 


2,276 




633a 



AMERICAN LIBRARY ANNUAL 



Locatioo. 



Name. 



Librarian. 



No. Vols. Accestioni. Incoxi 



Pennsylvania — Continued 

Chester Bucknell L 24,000 

Chester Free L Martha Kenworthy . 5,400 

Cooneilsville Carnegie Free L Elizabeth V. Clark. . 8,714 

Coudersport Public L Grace Stowell 4,938 

Danville Thos. Beaver FrecL.. .Mary A. Wetzell. . . 12,897 

Duquesne. Carnegie Free L. (2 br.) . C: E: Wright 22,709 

Easton Public L Henry F. Marx a4i295 

Eric Public L. (5 br.) Mrs. J. A. Hard 47,857 

Germantown Friends' Free L Hannah M. Jones. . 26,864 

Hanover Public L Mabel N. Champlin. 5,336 

Harrisbiu^ State L T. L. Montgomery . 156,807 

Haverford Haverford Coll. L Allen C. Thomas . . . 57,578 

Hazleton Public L Reba F. Lehman . . . 12,227 

Homestead. Carnegie L Wm. F. Stevens. . . . 40,000 

Hnntingdon Juniata College L M.M.W.Hershberger 23471 

Jenkintown Abington L. Soc F. M. Ridpath 7,527 

Johnstown Cambria Free L L. Helen Berkey. . . . 13,163 

Lancaster A.Herr Smith Mem. L . Marian S. Skeele . . . 7,279 

Lancaster Watts de Peyster L. (Frank- 
lin & Marshall Coll.).C. N. Heller 48,000 

Mauch Chunk Dinmiick Mem. L Inez Crandle zi,ioo 

McKeesport Carnegie Free L. (i br.) . Mary Spear 10,000 

Meadville Free Public L Susan S. McCracken 11,748 

MeadviUc Meadville Theol. Sch.L . Walter C. Green . . 26,282 

Media Free L. Assoc Rebecca Smedley, Jr. 5,402 

MillcnvUle First St. Norm. Sch.L. Edith H.John 16,000 

Montrose Susq. Co. Hist. Soc & 

Free L. Assoc, (i br.)Amelia Pickett 7iOi2 

New Castle Free Public L Irene A. Hackett. . . 5,848 

Norristown Wm. McCann L H. A. Bomberger. . . 8,281 

Oakmont Public L Blanche Mcllvaine . 5,004 

Oil City Carnegie Public L Emily S. Glezen 12,132 

Philadelphia Acad. Nat SciencesL. .Edward J. Nolan. . . 67,161 

Philadelphia Am. Philos. L 58,937 

Philadelphia Apprentices' Free L. . . E. M. Bache I9f955 

Philadelphia Biddle Law L M. C. Klingelsmith. 48,266 

Philadelphia Drexel Inst. L June R. Donnelly. . . 37,388 

Philadelphia Franklin Inst. L Alfred Rigling 61,481 

Philadelphia. Free L. (22 br.) John Thomson 390,687 

Philadelphia Friends' Free L S. E. Williams 18,037 

Philadelphia Girard Coll. L Mary Mecutchen. . . 18,069 

Philadelphia. Hist. Soc. of Pa. L John W. Jordan 85,989 

Philadelphia. Krouth Mem. L Luther D. Reed. . . . 25,000 

Philadelphia Law Assoc, of Phila. L . Luther E. Hewitt. . . 55,566 

Philadelphia. L. Assoc, of Friends.. .G. Holt 12,232 

Philadelphia. L. Co. of Phila. (i br.).Geo.Maurice Abbot 235,055 

Philadelphia. Lovett Mem. Free L. .R. C. Gavett 14)663 

Philadelphia Mercantile L F. Wilson Hedley.. . 198,021 

Philadalphia Pedagogical L Ada F. Leverigler. . xx,79X 

Philadelphia Phila. Coll. of Pharm.L . . K. A. Nagle I5i000 

Philadelphia Phila. Museums L J. J. Macfarlane. . . . 29,624 

Philadelphia Teachers' Inst. Phila. L . Anna E. Lindsay . . 18,238 

Philadelphia Univ. of Pa. L. (14 br.)Morris Jastrow, Jr. . 334*407 

Pbanixvillc Public L E. W. Pennypacker. 8,974 

176 



898 

545 
494 
471 



2,103 

1,172 

2,718 

666 

S.336 

S1693 
2,058 

1,955 
2,140 

1,062 

407 
922 

1,641 



524 

if5S0 

282 

1,151 
528 

559 

880 
3,090 
797 
381 
1,321 
1,500 
1,382 

2,341 
2,687 

648 

1,320 

40,097 

410 

607 
x,8x9 
2,000 
x,8ix 

1x2 

3,06s 
326 

4,404 

595 
300 

x,703 

484 

x6,698 

551 



LIBRARY LIST FOR UNITED STATES 



Location. 



Name. 



Librarian. 



Pennsylvania — Continued 

Pittsburgh Carnegie L. (8 br.). . . . Harrison W. Craver. 

Pittsburgh Pub. Sch. & Citizens'. . L. Mrs. D. O. Dalzell 

Pittsburgh Univ. of Pittsb.L Catharine Ebton . . . 

Pottsville Free Public L Daisy B. Sabin. . . . 

Reading Public L Edward A. Howell. . 

Scranton. Public L. (4 br.) Henry J. Carr 

Sewickley Public L Harriet D. McCarty 

Sharon F. H. Buhl Club L. . . . Eleanor Carver 

Shenandoah Public School L T. J. Cummings. . . . 

Shippensburg Ctunberland Valley St. 

Normal Sch. L Ida Quigley 

Slippery Rock State Norm. Sch. L. . .Mabel F. McCames. 

South Bethlehem. .Lehigh Univ. L. John L. Stewart.. . . 

State College Carnegie L. Pa. S. CoU.Erwin W. Runkle. . . 

Swarthmore Swarthmore Coll. L.. .John R. Hayes 

Titusville Benson Memorial L. . . Lucy C. Grumbine. . 

Washington Citizens' L Janet M. Clark. . . . 

Washington Mem. L. Wash. & Jeff. Coll.Fanny £. Lowes . . 

Warren Public L Mary C. Weiss 

West Chester L. Assoc. L Sarah P. Bedford. . . 

West Chester State Norm. Sch. L . . .Alice Cochrane 

Wilkes-Barre Osterhout Free L Myra Poland 

Williamsport J. V. Brown L. (2 sta.) O. R. H. Thomson. . 

York PubUc L A. Wanner 



No. Vols. 

364,624 

30,176 

iS,oa> 
4,600 

34,056 

67,156 

10,129 

10,294 

6,000 

6,120 

4,863 
93,608 
45,085 

29,000 

9,236 
14,84a 
21,791 

23,097 

11,210 

15,650 
43,551 

20,464 
zx,ooo 



A^cestions. Income, pendit 



48,350 

1,379 
600 

1,690 

4,030 

980 

473 
350 

20X 

675 
1,248 

2,100 

2,000 

491 

432 

1,089 

1,084 

774 

915 

2,443 
2,760 

59a 



250,000 

4,780 

1,429 
3,800 

xS,Soo 
20,053 

2,771 
510 

500 
x,8oo 

• ••••• ■ 

8,000 

615 
2,271 

2,989 

1,245 

5,953 
2,500 



• •..a.. •.. 



9,948 
500 



Phillipine Islands 

Manila Assembly L. (2 br.) . . 

Manila Philippines L 



. Martin P. de Veyra . 8,168 
.James A Robertson. 121,289 



037 ...... ••. 

6,057 38,659 . . . 



Porto Rico 

San Juan. 



. Porto Rico Insular L . . Manuel F. Juncos . . 18,500 z ,800 



2,000 X, 



Rhode Island 

State L., Providence: Herbert O. Brigham, libn. 
Rhode Island L, Assoc.: Edna D. Rue, sec,, Pawtucket. 

Ashaway Free L Nathan S. Carr 7,628 

Bristol Rogers Free L George U. Arnold.. . 18,693 

Central Falls Free Public L Edward E. Calder. . 14,390 

Crompton Free L S. Helen Stimon.. . . 6,370 

East Greenwich.. . .Free L Ella D. Chapman.. . 9,X42 

Edgewood Free Public L Alice W. Morse 4,210 

Kingston Free L Frederick A. Lane. . 8,559 

Kingston State Coll. O G. E. Burlingame.. . 12,863 

Newport People's L Luella K. Leavitt . . 36,722 

Newport Redwood L Richard Bliss 54,200 

Oak Lawn Public L John L. Sperry 6,290 

Olneyville Free L MrsJ3.HJRichardson 10,392 

Pawtucket Deborah C. Sayles P. L . H. T. Dougherty . . 33,033 

Peace Dale Narragansett L. Assoc. . G. Whittemore X3,4i x 

Providence AthenaenumL Grace F. Leonard... 76,576 

Providence Brown Univ. L Harry L. Koc^man. x8o,ooo 

Providence Public L. (3 br.) Wm. E. Foster 157,200 

Providence R. I. Hist Soc. L Frank Greene Bates. 30,000 

177 



319 
421 

1,477 

243 
419 

467 

244 

288 

861 

1,700 

335 

713 
2,322 

599 
2,828 
7,980 
8,520 



497 

• •••• •••• 

3,672 3, 



910 

1,264 
600 

X,O0O 

61,266 

666 

3,000 

14,67s 
1,796 

10,000 

53,748 

4,700 



AMERICAN LIBRARY ANNUAL 

Location. Name. Librarian. No. Vols. Accessions. Income. 

Rhode Island — Contiuned 

Providence State L H. O. Brigham 32,810 2,080 

Providence State Law L Clarence F. Allen. . . 40,000 1,500 

Providence State Norm. Sch. L. . .M. £. Makepeace . . 14,084 850 

Warren George Hail Free L. . .D. M. Richards 8,727 236 

Westerly Public L Joseph L. Peacock . . 28,094 3,185 

Woonsocket Harris Inst. L Ama H. Ward 18,044 648 

South Carolina 

State L., Columbia: L. H. La Borde, libn. 

Anderson Public L Mrs. S. W. Geiger. . 5,026 328 

Charleston Library Soc. L Ellen M. Fitzsimons 40,000 1,445 

Qemson College . . . Clemson Coll. L K. B. Triscott i i»i45 921 

Columbia State L L. H. La Borde 89,000 800 

Columbia Univ. of S. Car. L Margaret H. Rion . . 45,000 860 

Greenville Free L Mrs. Rebecca Deal.. 5,120 230 

Rock Hill Carnegie L. of Winthrop 

Norm.&Ind.CollX. . Ida J. Dacus 13,828 1,214 

Spartanburg Kennedy Free L M. M. Baugham . . . 6,000 395 

South DakoU 

State L.y Pierre: Doane Robinson, lihn» 

South Dakota L, Assoc,: Maud Russell Carter, sec.y Carnegie L., Pierre. 

Aberdeen Alex. Mitchell L A. H. Koehler 6,383 563 

Brookings State Coll. L Wm. H. Powers 13,900 1,232 

Mitchell Carnegie L Edla M. Laurson . . . 5,436 806 

Pierre Carnegie L Mrs. M. R. Carter. . 4,300 860 

Pierre State L Doane Robinson 21,185 752 

Redfield Carnegie L H. T. Patch 2,865 3^5 

Sioux Falls Carnegie Free Pub. L .Nettie L. Current. . . 8,772 659 

Spearfish State Norm. Sch. L . . . Miltanna Rowe. .... 10,219 3)93X 

Vermillion Univ. of S. Dak. L. . . .M. K. Richardson. . 17,300 900 

Yankton Carnegie L Mrs. J. Bartholemew 5,000 1,000 

Tennessee 

State L.J Nashville: Mary Skeffington, libn. 

Free L. Comn.' Mrs. P. W. Kelley, organizer, Nashville. 

Tennessee L. Assoc.: Mrs. Pearl Williams Kelley, sec., Nashville. 

Chattanooga Public L Margaret S. Dunlap 21,398 2,131 

Jackson Free L Alice L. Drake 16,000 1,500 

Knoxville Lawson McGhee L. . . . Mary M. Nelson . . . 22,070 885 

Knoxville Univ. of Tenn. L Lucy E. Fay 27,729 924 

Memphis Cossitt L. (i br.) Chas. D. Johnston . . 58,504 8,930 

Memphis Goodwyn Inst. L M. W. Freeman. . . . 9,432 936 

Nashville Carnegie L 63,671 4,S55 

Nashville State L. (3 br.) Mary Skefiington. . . 1 10,000 

Nashville Vanderbilt Univ. L. . . .Wm. J.Vaughn 34»538 i>736 

Sewanee Univ. of the South L. .Mrs. E. H. Shoup. . . 34,706 2,706 

Texas 

State L.J Austin: Ernest W. Winkler, libn. 

Texas L. and Hist. Comn.: E. W. Winkler, sec.j Austin. 

Texas L. Assoc: Mrs. C. M. Houston, sec.j Corsicana. 

Austin State L Ernest W. Winkler 

Austin Univ. of Texas L John E. Goodwin. . . 72,420 5,292 

178 



LIBRARY LIST FOR UNITED STATES 



Location. 



Name. 



Librarian. 



Texas — Continued 

Bryan Carnegie L Lily Willson 

Corsicana Public L Mrs. M. C. Houston . 

Dallas Public L RosaM. Leeper 

El Paso Free Public L Maud Durlin 

Fort Worth Carnegie Public L Mrs. C. Scheuber. . . 

Galveston Rosenberg L. (i br.). .Frank C. Patten 

Georgetown Southwestern Univ. L . Mrs. M. McKennon. 

Houston Lye. & Cam. L. (i br.)Julia Ideson 

San Antonio Carnegie L Agnes Edwards .... 

^ Tyler Carnegie Public L Mary A. Osgood. . . 

Waco Bayloe Univ. L Mrs. Edgar Witt. . . 

Waco Public L G. Matthews 

Waxahachie N. P. Sims L Irene D. Gallaway . . 

Utah 

State L., Salt Lake City: H. W. GriflSth, libn, 

Utah Ltbrary-Gymnasium Comn,: Howard R. Driggs, sec, Salt Lake City. 

Logan Agricultural Coll. L. . . Elizabeth C. Smith . 20,500 

Ogden Carnegie Free L Grace W. Harris. . . . 8,769 

Salt Lake City Public L Joanna H. Sprague . 41,154 

Salt Lake City State L H. W. Grifl&th 14,338 . 

Salt Lake City Univ. of Utah L Esther Nelson 34,487 

Vennont 

State L., Montpdier: Geo. W. Wing, lihn. 

Board of L. Comns.: R. W. Wright, sec.y Montpdier, 

Vermont L, Assoc.: EUzaheth C. Hills, sec., Lyndonville. 

Barre Aldrich L 

BeUows Falls Rockingham Free Pub. 

L. (3 br.) Mrs. N. M. Plantier. 

Bennington Free L Angle Melden 

Brattleboro Public L Mary F. Shakshober 

Burlington Fletcher Free L Geo. Dana Smith. . . 

Buriington Univ. of Vermont L. .Helen B. Shattuck. . 

Ludlow Fletcher Mem. L Frances M. Pierce. . 

Lyndonville Cobleigh Public L.(i br.)Elizabeth C. Hills 

Manchester Mark Skinner L.(i br.) . Eleanor Eggleston. 

Middlebury Middlebury Coll. L. . .Etta M. Clark 

Montpelier Kellogg-Hubbaid L. . . £vel3m S. Lease. . . . 

Montpeh'er State L George W. Wing . . . 

Northfield Norwich Univ. L Helen A. Cramton. . 

Randolph Kimball Public L Alice C. Mclntyre. . 

Rutland .Free L Lucy D. Cheney. . . 

Rutland H.H. BazterMem.L..Mrs.A.P.Riker . . . 

St. Johnsbury Athenaeum L £. T. Fairbanks 

Springfield Town L Mrs. K. W. Barney . 

Waterbury Public L Mrs. Alice M. Smith 

Windsor Public L Marsh O. Perkins. . . 

Woodstock Norman Williams P. L.Mrs. O. B. Jaquith . . 

• 

^^nffmia 

State L.J Richmond: H. R. McHwaine, lihn. 

Library Assoc, of Virginia: Henry G. Ellis, sec, Richmond. 

Blacksburg Va. Poly. Inst. L. (i br.) . E. A. L. Lacy 

Charlottesville Univ. of Va. L John S. Patton .... 



0. Vols. 


Accessioiis. 


Income. . 


Book 
penditt 


4,159 


253 


800 


2 


7,6i8 


905 






35,225 


4,343 


12,058 


4,c 


8,846 


1,276 


6,900 


I,; 


20,705 


2,384 


10,607 


2,C 


44,000 


2,151 


21,000 


2,5 


18,000 


3,000 


21,000 




31,769 


3,375 


10,534 


3»5 


28,982 


4,072 


13,755 


4,c 


6,626 


435 


2,250 


4 


24,767 


1,000 






12,626 


1,289 


4,059 


i,^ 


5,61s 


283 




] 



8,176 

10,250 

6,256 

18,200 

35,000 

83,040 

8,608 

4,678 

17,857 

32,000 

22,991 
55,689 
14,094 

7,354 
18,421 

20,000 

18,100 

5,935 

8,125 

12,000 

17,840 



1 ,455 


3,625 


1,052 


S,ooo 


4,624 


22,113 


534 


2,250 


2,219 


3,237 



250 

958 

86x 

1,457 
2,436 

319 
370 

257 
1,440 

1,698 

2,600 

679 
478 
638 



307 
434 



470 
689 



300 . . . . 

2,000 . 

2,100 \ 

2,XQO < 

6,239 I,' 

7,320 2,; 

1,083 

• ••••• •••• 

3,500 I,; 

n,500 i,i 

2,695 2,: 

531 i 
600 

2,887 < 



1,431 
402 

1,300 

3,000 



20,940 
60,000 



747 



955 
5,213 



AMERICAN LIBRARY ANNUAL 



Location. 



Name. 



Librarian. 



No. Vols. Accessions. Income 



Virginia — Continued 

Hampton Hampton Inst. L Leonora £. Herron. . 36,296 

Hollins C. L. Cocke Mem. L. .Marian S. Bayne. . . 5,200 

Lynchburg Geo. M. Jones Mem.L.Wm. M. Black 3»493 

Norfolk Public L Wm. H. Sargeant. . . 30,000 

Richmond Richmond Coll. L . . . . C. H. Ryland 18,000 

Richmond State L Henry R. Mcllwaine 89,331 

Washington 

State L.y Olympic: J. M. Hitt, libn. 

Washington State L, Comn.: J. M. Hitt, sec.^ Olympia. 

Pacific Northwest L. Assoc.: Lucile F. Fargo, sec.y No. Central H. S. L 

Bellingham Public L. (i br.) Grace £. Switzer . . i5»239 

Bellingham State Norm. Sch. L . . .Mabel Zoe Wilson . . x 1,000 

Cheney Normal School L Mabel M. Reynolds. 9,625 

EUensburg State Norm. Sch. L... .Ella G. Warner 5,ooo 

Everett Public L Mrs. A. Wharton. . . 8,536 

Hoquiam Public L Maud R. Macpherson 3,000 

Olympia State L J. M. Hitt 25i6xx 

Pullman State College L Asa D. Dickinson . . 28,156 

Seattle Public L. (6 br.) Judson T. Jennings . 150,474 

Seattle Univ. of Wash. L W. E. Henry 47)944 

Spokane Public L. (6 br.) George W. Fuller. . . 47,641 

Tacoma Public L. (2 br.) Franklin F. Hopper. 55,666 

Walla Walla Free Public L EUen G. Smith 8,721 

Walla Walla Whitman Coll. L Edward E. Ruby. . . 18,609 



1,830 

450 

8S 

877 

350 

5,174 



,, Spokane. 

1,800 

1,349 
604 

500 

807 

2,000 

4,640 

5,025 

22,165 

4,879 
15,528 
8,568 
x,o8o 
1,460 



West Virginia 

State L.y Charleston: J. C. Gilmer, lihn. 

Charleston State L J. C. Gilmer 14,000 

Huntington Marshall College L . . . Elizabeth Myers . . . 7,000 

Huntington Public L Lewis Harvey 7,865 

Morgantown West Virginia Univ. L.L. D. Amett 43,ooo 

Parkersburg Carnegie L Anna E. Taylor 24,000 

Wheeling Public L Etta M. Roberts . . . 26,250 

Wisconsin 

State L.f Madison: Gilson G. Glasier, libn. 

Wisconsin Free L. Comn.: Matthew S. Dudgeon, sec.^ Madison. 

Wisconsin L. Assoc: Julia Rupp, sec.^ Public L. Oshkosh. 

Fox River Valley L. Assoc: Margaret Biggert, sec, Berlin. 

Milwaukee L. Club: Florence E. \Veissert, sec, Downer CoU.y Milrmukee. 

Antigo Free Public L Harriet Bixby 7,279 

Appleton Free Public L Agnes L. Dwight. . . 11,792 

Appleton Lawrence College L. . .Zelia Anne Smith. . . 27,906 

Ashland Vaughan Public L Cecile M. Fennelly . 6,204 

Baraboo Public L Kate M. Potter 8,453 

Beaver Dam Public L Hattie A. Doolittle . 8,139 

Beloit BeloitColl.L John P. Deane 48,400 



Bcloit Public L. 



. Nellie M . Myers 13,648 



Chippewa Falls Public L Marion E. Bryant. . 9,366 

Delavan Aram Public L Laura F. Angell 3,874 

De Pere Pubb'c L Helen S. Mathews. . 5,016 

Eau Claire Public L Laura M. Olsen I9,25S 

Fond du Lac PubHc L Emma E. Rose. . . . 27,208 

Grand Rapids T. B. Scott Free L Edith L. Rablin 7,844 

Green Bay Kellogg Public L. (2 br.) . Deb. B. Martin. . 19,151 

180 



1,044 
200 

921 

3,653 
900 



709 

703 
1,284 



673 



2,280 

933 
829 

546 

1,683 
x,i04 

793 
x,x82 



i,6o( 
3,o« 

5,45; 

I,20( 
23.OOJ 



7,015 



3,OOG 
4,00c 
2,500 
9,00c 

xo,i87 

X2X^X2 

x8,6oG 

38,024 

34,333 
3,6oG 



4,900 
2,000 

• • • • • 

5»ooo 
5,000 

6,373 



5,309 
1,872 



2.423 

1,424 
S,ooo 

4,367 
2,589 
2,436 
1,298 
6,000 
5,000 

2,2X1 
6,000 



LIBRARY LIST FOR UNITED STATES 

Location. Name. Librarian. No. Vols. Accessions. Income, penditu 

Wisconsin — Continued 

Hayward Carnegie Free L Clarence O. Bayo. . . 4,614 380 1,000 

Janesville Public L L^dia E. Kinsley. . . 20,753 77© 4,ooo 

Kaukauna Free Public L Lillian £. Bell 4,^09 1,200 

Kenosha Gilbert M. Simmons L.Cora M. Frantz 24,237 IJQO 18,661 

La Crosse Public L. (i br.) Mary A. Smith i9,757 i»372 9»5iS 

Madison Free L. (i br.) Mary Allegra Smith 25,037 2,673 ii»359 

Madison State Hist. L R. G. Thwaites 169,000 5,000 55,ooo 

Madison State L Gilson G. Glasier . . . 50,741 2,000 

Madison Univ. of Wis. L. (3 br.) Walter M. Smith . . . 175,000 12,000 55,ooo 

Madison Wis. L. Comn. L M. S. Dudgeon 24,769 2,742 37,368 

Madison Wis. State Law L Gilson G. Glasier. . . 48,828 i,497 10,500 

Manitowoc Public L Martha £. Pond 10,244 480 4,000 

Marinette Stephenson Pub. L. (ibr.)A. J. McCarthy. . 11,876 931 4i324 

Marshfield FreeL B. L. Unterkircher. . 6,097 274 2,442 

Menasha Elisha D. Smith Lucy L. Pleasants . . 8,198 497 3,417 

Menomonie Tainter Mem. Free L. . Mrs. £. £. Nickerson 1 2,403 414 

Merrill T. B. Scott Free L Kath. C. Barker 12,333 299 18,165 

Milwaukee Public L. {5 br.) C. E. McLenegan. . . 224,361 21,564 98,000 

Milwaukee Pub. Museum Rcf . L . . Carl Thai 7,232 575 84,882 

Milwaukee State Norm. Sch. L Delia G. Ovitz 15,772 890 1,601 

Monroe Public L Katherine Smock. . . 7,548 1,737 

Neenah Public L Cora I. Lansing 12,608 292 2,648 

Oconto Famsworth Public L. . Genevieve Mayberry 7,455 415 1,888 

Oshkosh Normal School L Louise F. Encking . . 15,139 774 i,6oo 

Oshkosh Public L Julia Rupp 24,473 2,028 9,869 

Platteville Normal School L Bee A. Gardner .... 7,850 450 

Portage Free Public L Mrs. W. G. Clough . 8,788 1,509 

Radne ,. . .Public L Mary J. Calkins. . . . 19,519 i,974 9»ooo 

Rhinelander Public L Harriet L. Allen 5,233 2,143 

Ripon Ripon College L. . Florence C. Hays. . . 19,573 1,338 2,400 

Ripon Public L Blanche Thompson . 6,050 470 1,420 

River Falls State Normal Sch. L . .Lovila M. Mosher . . 7,226 502 

Sheboygan Public L Bertha Marx 12,618 1,204 4,849 

Sparta Free L Jennie Scouten 7,288 352 i,8oo 

Stanley Free Public L Martha E. Dunn. . . 3,255 229 1,200 

Stevens Point PubUc L Mary Dunegan 5,976 530 3,650 

Stevens Point State Normal Sch. L. .Mrs. F. G. Short. . . 11,209 420 

Superior Public L Flora B. Roberts . . . 21,518 2,450 ii,734 

Superior State Normal Sch. L . . Harriet L. Eaton . . . 7,000 480 2,096 

Watertown Northwestern Univ. L . J. H. Ott 9,01 2 321 434 

Watertown Public L Gabriella Ackley . . . 6,592 4,070 

Waukesha Public L Fannie L. Ells 6,605 1,609 

Waupun Public L Kathrjme L. Bunker 6,651 1,045 

Wausau Public L Grace M. Stevens. . . 7,281 736 2,900 

Wauwatosa Public L Winefred Bailey 5,223 1,047 

Whitewater Public L Ella A. Hamilton . . . 6,763 530 1,507 

Whitewater State Norm. Sch. L . . . Grace E. Salisbury. . 10,000 

Wyoming 

State L., Cheyenne: Clara W. Bond, Hbn, 

Cheyenne Carnegie Public L Rose E. Martin 10,000 

Cheyenne State L Clara W. Bond 85,551 

Laramie Carnegie Public L Wm. S. Ingham .... 6,541 

Laramie Univ. of Wyoming L . . Grace R. Hebard. . . 29,000 

181 



• • • • . 



1,270 


5,318 


551 


1,500 


978 


2,32s 


2,000 


2,700 



SELECT LIST OF LIBRARIES IN CAN/ 

Location. Name. Librarian. No. Vols. Accestiont. Income. 

Alberta 

Calgary Public L Alexander Calhoun . 5>300 5»2oo 

British Columbia 

Vancouver Carnegie L Robert W. Douglas.. 19,280 S,200 

Victoria Provincial L £. O. S. Scholefield. . 40,000 

Victoria Public (City) L J. G. Hands 8,000 1,500 

Manitoba 

Selkirk PubUcL 

Winnipeg Provincial L 

Winnipeg Public L. (17 br.) S3,047 12,117 

New Brunswick 

Fredericton Legislative L 

Sackville Mt. Allison Ladies CoU . B. C. Borden, Win- 
ifred Thomas ... . 11,700 845 
St. John Free Public L Catharine Martin. . . 30,000 1,600 

Nova Scotia 

Halifax Citizens' Free L L. Bamaby 30,965 

Halifax Legislative L 

Halifax Provincial Science L . .Harry Piers 45,497 

Ontario 

Ontario L, Assoc,: E. A. Hardy, sec,y 81 Collier 5/., Toronto. 

Amherstburg Public L Beatrice E. H. Lcggatt 5,289 

Barrie Pub. L. Assoc Hattie Smith 6,231 

Belleville Free Public L A. R. Walker 6,791 

Berlin Public L B. Mabel Dunham. . 10,461 

Bracebridge Free L Moses J. Dickie. . . . 4,790 

Brampton Public L Hattie E. Hart 6,222 

Brantford Public L E. D.Henwood 24.427 

Brockville Public L M. M. Stewart 12,641 

Chatham Public L J. S. Reed 7,730 

Clinton Public L M. G. Rudd 6,246 

Cobourg Public L L. McEvers 4,794 

Collingwood Public L Ella Hilbom 6,953 

Dundas Public L Jessie C. Potter .... 7,081 

Embro Pub. L. Assoc C. Rutherford 5,890 

Fergus Public L Mrs. D. Anderson . . 5,269 

Fort William Public L M. J. L. Black 6,887 

Gait Carnegie L Alice G. Millard. . . . 8,617 

Goderich Public L J. L. Aitken 5,107 

Guelph Ont. Agri. Coll. L Edith C. Dwight . . . 21,759 

Hamilton Public L. (i br.) Adam Hunter 43,55i 

Ingersoll Public L Janet McKellar .... 5,694 

182 



352 


• 2,500 


3.088 




499 


923 

677 

2,32 

3,887 


185 


1,000 


559 


1,515 




6,729 


301 


1,65c 




2,956 




1,011 


221 


794 


317 


2,3i« 




1,287 
36e 




305 
1,191 


2,039 


6,70c 




2,844 




1,53c 


1,043 


2,00G 




51,408 




1.460 



LIBRARY LIST FOR CANADA 

% 

Boole 

Location. Name. Librarian. No. Vols. Accessions. Income, pendil 

Ontario — Continued 

Kingston Queen's Univ. L Lois Saunders 50,000 1,622 6,541 4, 

Lindsay Public L Sarah M. Reazin . . . 5,857 2,026 .... 

London Public L W. O. Carson 35»ooo 2,755 I3»i54 2, 

Napanee Pub. L. Assoc Lucy Edwards 6,351 1,0x7 .... 

Niagara Pub. L. Assoc AlfredBall 7,208 351 .... 

Niagara Falls Public L Mary T. Butters. . . 9,539 620 2,700 

Orillia Public L B. Redpath 5,582 1,590 .... 

Ottawa Carnegie L. (3 br.).. . .William J. Sykes. . . 41,000 

Ottawa Parliament L M. J. Griffin 280,000 8,500 30,000 14,' 

Ottawa Supreme Court L H. H. Bligh 35,260 3,360 5,500 5,. 

Paris Public L Mary E. Mylne. . . . 9,160 1,280 .. . . 

Penetanguishene. .. Public L G. K. Knight 5,109 1,061 .... 

Peterborough Pub. L. Assoc F. M. De La Fosse . . 11,587 1,790 .... 

Picton Public L Eleanor Holmes 4,9^9 z,549 •••• 

Port Hope Public L L. Hamly 5,i8o 817 .... 

Prescott Public L S. Tyner 6,475 49© ... 

Preston Public L N. Fenwick 7,501 5,432 

St. Catharines Public L John A. Norris 11,848 3,395 

St. George Pub. L.Assoc A.E.Green 5,185 434 .... 

St. Mary's Free Public L L.King...., 7,138 1,063 •••• 

St. Thomas Public L A. C. Macdonald. . . 9,908 4,072 .... 

Samia Public L J.Gardiner 7,993 3,3^4 .... 

Scarboro Pub. L. Assoc Geo. Elliott 6,005 ^93 • • • • 

Seaforth Public L G. Thompson 5,732 673 .... 

Simcoe PublicL Anna H. Jackson .. . 8,035 1,256 •.... 

Smith's Falls PublicL E.Sutton 5,578 1,149 .... 

Southampton Pub. L. Assoc J. C. Sackford 5,125 121 . 

Stratford PublicL L.Johnston....... 10,457 2,376 '. 

Strathroy Pub. L. Assoc E. Greenway 7,390 686 .... 

Toronto Law Society of Upper 

Canada William G. Eakins. . 41,912 1,159 3,' 

Toronto Elnox College L E. Cockbum 19,000 350 « 

Toronto LegislativeL Avem Pardoe 48,100 8,100 

Toronto Public L. (7 br.) George H. Locke. . . 200,809 18,493 96,884 

Toronto Univ. of Toronto L. . .H. H. Langton 125,307 12,926 

Toronto Victoria College L A. E. Lang 22,973 788 

Uzbridge Public L M. L. Nutting 6,246 

Wallaceburg Free Public L H. E. Johnson 5,125 

Waterloo Public L.. Enmia Belle Roos.. . 8,653 

Welland Pub. L. Assoc Abel Miller 5,084 

Windsor Public L Honora C. Watson. . 19,259 

Woodstock PublicL M. J. Robb 8,211 



Edward's Island 
Charlottetown Legislative L 





671 


• • • • I 


532 


1,242 


^ 


366 


1,751 
711 


i,^ 


1,142 


5,439 


i,J 


465 


2,717 


i 






• • • • 



• • • • • 



• •••• •••• 



Quebec 

Montreal Fraser Inst. Free P. L . P. B. de Crftvecoeur . 58,767 4,539 

Montreal McGiU Univ. L C. H. Gould 132,459 4,9x2 

Quebec Laval Univ. L 125,000 

Quebec Legislative L N. E. Dionne • 77,600 2,000 2,< 

St. AnnedeBellevue. .Macdonald Coll. L 

Westmoimt Public L Mary S. Saxe 12,500 z,ooo 6,000 i,: 



Il 






LEADING LIBRARIES OF THE WORLD 

EXCEEDING 100,000 VOLUMES— UNITED STATES AND CANADA EXCEPTED 



\DING LIBRARIES OF THE WORLD 

EEDING 100,000 VOLUMES— UNITED STATES AND CANADA EXCEPTED 



EUROPE 



AUSTRU 
Landes-Bibliothek 



100,000 V. 



ische UniversitMts-Bibliothek 



409,326 V. 



rz 



"anz Josephs-UniversitMts- 

thek (1852) 113,126 V. 



livendtits-Bibltothek (1586) 153,762 v. 
Krkische Landes-Bibliothek 182,159 V. 



»opold-Franzen8 Univerisitits- 

thek 241,388 V. 



fSTER 

Bibliothek (777, 1571) 



100,000 V. 



anzens-UniversitMts-Bibliothek 



[arl-Ferdinands-Univenitlts- 

thek (1773) 385,464 V. 

ibliothek in Kloster Strahov 100,000 v. 

ekdesReg.Chorherrenstiftes 100,000 v. 



udien-Bibliothek ( 1 6 1 7 ) 104 ,500 v. 



caCtyica(i795) 



120,000 V. 



Leichensteinsche Fideikommiss- 
hek 100,000 V. 

Tamilien-Fideikommiss-BibUothek 
, i8j5). 250,000 V. 

ofbi bliothek ( 1 440) . i ,000,000 v. 

^chnische Hochschule-Bibliothek 

112,151 V. 
[iiver8itiits-Bibliothek(i775) 807,401 v. 



BELGIUM 
Antwerp 
StadsbibUotheek. 

Bruges 
Bibliothique Pttblique (1798). 

Brussels 

BibliothdqueRoyale (1837) 
Ministry of War Library 



100,000 V. 



145,600 V. 



600,000 V. 
120,000 V. 



Ghent 

Bibliothdque Commttnale et Universitaire. 

384,000 V. 

LiI:ge 
Universitey Library (181 7) 390,000 v. 

LOUVAIN 

Bibliothdque de rUniversit6 CathoUque 
(1627) 220,000 V. 



DElfMARK 

Aarhus 

Statsbiblioteket (1902) 

Copenhagen 

K jttbenhavnfl Universitet Bibliotek 

(1482) 
Det Kongelige Bibliothek (1665) 



FRANCE 

Aix-en-Provence 
Bibliothdque M6jaire8 (1705) 

Avignon 
Municipal Library 

Besan^on 
Bibliothdque Publique 

Bordeaux 

Bibliothdque Publique (1738) 
University Library 

Caen 

Municipal Library 
University Library 



200,000 V. 



400,000 V. 
750,000 V. 



160,000 v« 



140,000 V. 



101,250 V. 



200,000 V* 
216,278 V. 



122,000 V. 
139,660 V. 



187 



Cleuiokt 

Mtmidpal tnd OniTersty Libraiy 
Dijon 

UtmldiMl LlbnTT {1701) 

UniTersity til^tij 

Gbxnoble 
BibliotiUque de U Vin« (1772) 
UniverBit; Libnrr 

La Rochellk 
BlbUothaque 



Lyon 
IjonLibrai7 (1537) 

Uakseilles 
Unnidpal librur (1799) 

MONTPEIXIEB 



Nantes 
HmilciiMl Litwniy (1753) 

NtMES 

Bibliothlque Publiqne (177S 



Bibliothique de I'lnstitnt CaAoIiqiie 200,000 
BibUothdque de I'lnrtitnt de France 

('79S) 450,000 ' 

Bibliothdqiu Histoiique de U ville de 

PMis(i873) 400,000' 

Bibliotbiqae Mazarine (1643) 350,000 

Bibliothique du Ministtre de U 

Guerre 135,000 ■ 

Bibltothique du Uinisttre de la 

Marine 100,000 

Bibliothiqne Nationale 4,050,000 

Bibliotliiqiie St. GenevUve 385,000 

Bibliothique du S^nat (1S18) 150,000 

Bibliotbique de lUniveraitf (1761) 600,000 
Bibliothdqne de I'tcole nationale de> 

ponts et chaussfes 100,000 

CoQservaioiie lutioiuU de mnsigtie 

(1775) 300,000 ■ 

Musium dliistoire naturelle 130,000 

Bibliotbique de la Sorbonne, Ccole 

nomule sap&ieure (1810) 110,000 

PoniEKs 
University Library 100,000 ' 



AMERICAN LIBRARY ANNUAL 



Renhes 

Unherdty Ubrwy (1733) 

Hnnlcipal Llbnuy 

TODLOUBE 



TouES 
UunidiMd Library 

TxovEs 
BiblioOiiqtie (1651} 



Vbesailles 
BiblioAAqne 



Munidpal Library (r8i8) 

AOCSBDSG 

Staatakrels- n. StadtUblMhdi 

('5J7) 



Blbliodiek del AbgeordneteidunMn 

(184S) ItO,D00T. 

AnswIErtiKes-Aiiit. 1 iS,ooa J. 

BlbliDtb^ der Kgl. Erlepakadmie 

(1810) 104,045 T. 

Patent-Amt Bibliodiek (1S77) 143,000^. 

Bibliottaek des Reichstages iqi.ooot. 

Royal Library (1601) 1,101,83)1. 

Stadibibliothek nj.»o8». 

Statistisches Landesamt 187.109 t. 

University Library (1839) 137.841*. 

Vollisbibliotbekeii 116,890*. 

RbeinlKhe Friedrlch-Wilheliiu- 
" ' '""' "" 350,000 ». 

380,13? »■ 



StadtbibUofliA (1660) 

Bbeslau 
Kltn. n. nnlrertJtlto^liblioaA 
Schleaiache GeaeUadiaft fflr Vatai^ 

lindache Ktator BibUothek (1803) 1 
StadtbiUiothA i 

Caklskuhe 
GroBsherzogl. Hbf- u. LandMbib- 



LEADING LIBRARIES OF THE WORLD 



Cassel 

Landesbibliothek (1580) 
Murhardsche Bibliothek (1863) 



237»40O V. 
155,586 V. 



240,000 V. 
150,000 V. 
542,048 V. 



Cologne 
Municipal Library 

Dantzig 
Municipal Library (1591) 

Darmstadt 
Grossherzogliche Hof-Bibliothek 

Detmold 
Ftirstliche Landesbibliothek ( 1 6 1 4) 1 20,000 v. 

D ONAUESCHINGEN 

Fiirstlich Fiirstenbergische Bib- 
liothek 104,000 V. 

Dortmund 
Stadtbibliothek (1908) 100,000 v. 

Dresden 

Bibliothek des Statistischen Landes- 

Amts (1850) 120,000 V. 

Ktfn. Offentliche Bibliothek 541,000 v. 

Erlangen 

K5n. Friedrich-Alexanders-Univer- 

sit&ts-Bibliothek 240,400 v. 



Frankfurt-a .-Main 
Stadtbiblotfaek (x668) 



354,342 V. 



Freiburg in Br. 

Grossherz. Bad. Albert-Ludwigs- 
Universitit-Bibliothek 300,000 v. 

Giessen 

Verein UniveraitiitB- u. von Sencken- 
bergische Bibliothek 246,143 v. 

Gotha 

Offentliche Bibliothek des Herzog- 
lichen Hauses 194,000 v. 

Gottingen 
K. Universitiits-Biblothek (1736-7) 572,251 v. 



Greikswald 
University Library 



207,513 V. 



Halle-a.-d.-Saale 

Ver. Fiiedrichs-UniversitMt Halle- 
Wittenberg Bibliothek 251,294 V. 



Hamburg 

Commerzbibliothek (1735) 

Offentliche Biicherhalle (1899) 
StadtbibUothek (1529) 

Hanover 
KOn. u. Provinzialbibliothek 



120,000 V. 

100,000 V. 
399,000 V. 



207,200 V. 



Heidelberg 

Grossherz. Bad. Ruprecht-Karls-Uni- 
versitiits Bibliothek (1386) 400,000 v. 



Jena 

Grossherzogl. u. Herzogl. Sftchsische 
Gesamt Universtilts Bibliothek 270,000 v. 

Kiel 

KOn. Christian-Albrechts-nniversi- 
tMts-Bibliothek (1665) 292,079 v. 



Kiev 
University Library (1832) 



500,000 V. 



KONIGSBERG 

KOn. Albertus-UniversitMts-Bibliothek 

{1534) 303»50o V. 

Leipzig 

Bibliothek des Reichsgerichts (1870) 159,000 v. 
Pttdagogische Zentral-Bibliothek 

(1872) 
Stadtbibliothek (1677) 
Universtitits-Bibliotfaek (1543) 



152,216 V, 
126,000 V. 
550,000 V. 



LUBECK 

Stadtbibliothek (1620) 

Maihingen 

Fiirstl. Oettingen-Wallersteinsche 
Fideikommissbibliothek 

Mainz 
StadtbibUothek (1803) 



125,414 V. 



100,000 V. 



210,000 V. 



Marburg 
KOn. UniversitMts-Bibliothek (1527) 250,000 v. 

Munich 

KOn. Bayrische Armee-Bibliothek 

(1804) 100,000 V. 

KOn. Bayersche Ludwig-MazimiUans- 
UniversitMts - BiblioSiek (1472) 630,000 v. 

KOn. Hof- und Staatsbibliothek 

(1550-79) 1,100,000 V. 

MUNSTER 

WestfiUische Wilhelms-UniversitSts- 
BibUothek. 202,000 v. 



Neustrelitz 
Grossherzogl. Bibliothek (1796) 



130,000 V. 



Nuremberg 

Bibliothek des Germanischen Na- 
tional-Museums 222,000 V. 
Stadtbibliothek (1538) 106,550 v. 

Oldenburg 
Grossherzogliche Offentliche Biblio- 
thek (1790) 128,220 V. 



POSEN 

Kaiser-Wilhehn-Bibliothek 



201,000 V. 



Rostock 
Grossherzogliche UniversitMts-Bib- 
liothek 285,000 v. 



SCHWERIN 

Grossherzogl. Regierungsbibliothek 250,000 v. 



189 



AMERICAN LIBRARY ANNUAL 



Strassbukg 

K. UniversitMts- u. Landes-Bib- 

liothek (1870) 96 2, OCX) v. 

Stadtbibliothek (1871) i25,ocx> v. 

Stuttgart 

K5n. Landesbibliothek (1765) 578,000 v. 

K. Hofbibliothek (1810) 145,000 v. 



Treves 
Municipal Library 



100,000 V. 



Tubingen 

K5ii. Eberhard-Earls-UniversitMts 
Bibliothek. 527,043 v. 



Weimar 
Gros8herzog;liche Bibliothek 



300,000 V. 



Wernigerode 

Fiirstl. Stolberg - WemigerGdische 
Bibliothek (1570) 119,654 v. 

Wiesbaden 
Nassauische Landesbibliothek (1813)165, 500 v . 

WOLFENBUTTEL 

Herzogliche Bibliothek (1568, 1644) 300,000 v. 

WURZBURG 

Ktfn. Jtilius-Mazimilians-Universi- 

stttts - Bibliothek. 390,000 v. 



GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND 



Aberdeen 
University Library (1495) 

Birmingham 
Free Libraries (1861) 

Bolton 
Public Libraries (1852) 

Bradford 
Public Libraries (187 1) 



200,000 V. 



348,704 V. 



125,000 V. 



iftQ.SSS V. 



Bristol 
Municipal Public Library (1613) i7i>55o v. 

Cambridge 

Cambridge U. and College Libraries. 

1,132,300 V. 



Cardiff 
Public Libraries (1862) 

Dublin 

Ireland National Library (1877) 
Trinity College Library (1601) 

Dundee 
Free Library (1869) 



199,539 V. 



200,000 V. 
321,347 V. 



132,180 V. 



Edinburgh 

Advocates Library (1682) 565,000 v. 
Public Library (1887) 186,351 v. 
Royal College of Physicians Library 100,000 v. 
University Library (1580) 208,000 v. 
Library of the Writers to His Maj- 
esty's Signet (1722) II 5,000 V. 



Glasgow 

Corporation Public Libraries 
University Library 



350,000 V, 
200,000 V. 



Leeds 
Central Public Free Library (1870) 296,661 v. 



Liverpool 




Public Library (1850) 


323,321 V. 


London 




British Museum (1753) 


3,500,000 V. 


Grosvenor Gallery 


320,000 V. 


GmldhaU La>rary 


142,709 V. 


Lambeth Public Library 


152,000 V. 


London Institution Library (1805) 


150,000 V. 


London Library (1841) 


220,000 V. 


National Art Library (1841) 


115,000 V. 


Patent Office Library (1855) 


103,000 V. 


Sion College (1629) 


110,000 V. 


University College Library (1829) 
Westmmster PubUc Libnury 


130,000 V. 


"7»359V. 



Manchester 

John Rylands Library (1899) 150,000 v. 

Public Free Libraries (1852) 413,888 v. 

Victoria University Library 122,000 v. 

Newcastle - upon - Tyne Public 

Library (1874) 158,104 V. 



Nottingham 
Free Public Library (1868) 



136,327 V. 



Oxford 

Bodleian Library and college libraries 

1,283,600 V. 
Preston Public Library (1878) 100,000 v. 



St. Andrews 
University Library (1610) 



125,000 V. 



Salford 
Royal Museum and Library (1849} 100,000 v. 
Sheffield Public Library (1853) 170,917 ^• 



GR£ECE 



Athens 



Chamber of Deputies Library 
Naticmal Library (1842) 



HOLLAND 

Amsterdam 

Universiteits-Bibliotheek (1600) 

Delft 
Technische Hoogeschool 



160,500 v/ 
260,000 V. 



500,000 V. 



130,000 V. 



190 



LEADING LIBRARIES OF THE WORLD 



Gbonimgxn 
Kijb-nnireniteit BifatJothMk (1614) i40>ooov. 

Tee Hacuz 
KooinUijIte BIUlottiMk (itqB) 510,000 v. 

LxyoEN 
RijIo-nniTenheit BiblioQieak (1575)310,000 v. 

tiTXECHT 

Riiks-Unireniteit EfblioOiedi (1581) sso.ooov. 



Bu DAPBST 

Kiiitjl Magjti Tndominr-Egye- 

tum 154.009 V 

Migjar n'emzati Htuenm UbniT 

(1803) 400,000 V 

Hogjar Ttidoiiiii^oi Ak«<Hinia 

Library (1825) 150,000 v 

TJoiTcrsity Library (1635) 481,000 v 

Hebmannstadi 
Buon Bnk«ntlulsche> Mtuetmi 

LibniT 100,000 V 



Kladsenbveo 
KOo. Dnc. Pnaz-JoBef-UnlTenltXt 
lihniy (1879) 

Haitihsbbrg 
libnuy of the Benedictines 



16,090 V 
IS9.S7S V 



Busoa 
CiricaQttiriniuil (1747} ii5,c 

^'''Uoteca delta Univeniti (1755) 130,333 v. 

'''^Uoteo Goremitiva (1774) 100,000 

™*>Uotec« CorotnumJe (1671) 111,397 

^■tioteceUaiiceUUns (1703) 300,000 

w>Uot«c« Nazionale Centrale (1714) 

582,967 
Tosu 
; Bibliotoca Comnnale a. Saffl (1750) 100,000 



Biblioteca nnlversitaria (1773) i34,7T9 vi. 

Bibliotece GovematiTa (1794) 316,119 v 

Milan 
Biblioteca Ambraalana (1609) 330,000 v 

Biblioteca Nadonale (Braidaue) 

(1770) 345.953 "■ 

Mantua 
Biblioteca Comnnale {17S0} iio,a 

Mod en A 
BlMoteca Eatense (1393) 150,5 

Naples 

(1690) 115,0 



R. Vniveniti da|;U Stndi (1639) 100,000 y. 



Parka 
Biblioteca Palatina <i769) 311.3 

Biblioteca della Unirenitl (1763) 150,000 v. 



199.0I4 V 



Pisa 
BlUlotNS Univenltaria (1741) 



Roue 
Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticaaa 400,000 v. 

Biblioteca della Camera dol Depntati 

(1848) 133,000 V. 

Biblioteca Caaanatese (1698) 113,156 v. 

Biblioteca Hazionale Centrale Vlttotla 

Bmanuele (1875) 450,000 v. 

Biblioteca DniverBitaria Alessandrina 

(1667) I33.4S3 V. 

Tdkin 
Biblioteca Nuioiude UnlTersitaria 

(1730) 350,000 V. 

Venice 
Biblioteca HMionaleMardana (1363) 



434,140 y 
(l79») 191.141 V 



ViCENZA 

'(1708) 



AMERICAN LIBRARY ANNUAL 



NORWAY 



Bergen 
Public Library 



107,084 V. 



Chsistiania 

Deichmaiiske Bibliothek (1780) 103,000 v. 

Kongelige Frederiks UniYeraitet Bfl>- 
lioteket (xSix) 489,000 v. 

Trondhjem 
Kongelige Videnskaber Selskab 120,000 v. 



PORTUGAL 

COIMBRA 

University Library (1591) 

Lisbon 

Academia das Sdencias 
Bibliotheca Nadonal (1796) 

Porto 
Bibliotheca Publica (1833) 



ROUMAinA 
Bucharest 
Academia RomAni Library 

Jassy 
Universitatea Din Jasi Library 



100,000 V. 



X 16,000 V. 
400,000 V. 



200,000 V. 



150,000 V. 



X 60,000 V. 



RUSSIA AND FINLAND 



Charkov 

PubUc Library (1886) 
University Library (1804) 



X40,220 V. 

220,692 V. 



DORPAT 

Imper. Yurjevskij Universitet (x8o2) 24x,045 v. 



Helsingfors 
University Library (1640, 1827) 

Kazan 
Imperat Kazanskl Universitet 



230,000 V. 



287,5x0 V. 



Moscow 

Duchovnaja Academy library 

(1689) X 20,000 V. 

Imperatorski Moskovski Universitet 

(1756) 3S6,33i V. 

Imperial Russian Historical Museum 

Library (1875, 1^3) 240,000 v. 

Publ. i Rtunyantzovdd MuseL 1,000,000 v. 

Odessa 

Public Library (X830) X57,X90 v. 

Imperat Novrossiski Universitet 
Library (x86s) 276,389 v. 



St. Petersburg 

Academy of Medicine Library 175,000 v. 

Goruyi Ihstitut 250,000 v. 

Imperatorskaja Akademhra Nank 500,000 v. 

Imper. Publishuaya Biblioteka 

(X714) x,88x,623 ▼. 

Imperatorski S. P e t erb urgski Univer- 
sitet Library 427,897 v. 



Riga 
Public Library (1524) 

ViLNA 

Public Library (X856) 



120,976 V* 



220,000 V. 



Warsaw 
Imper. Varsavski j Universitet Library 



(1817) 



SS9,iS8 V. 



SERVIA 



Belgrad 
National Library 



150,000 V. 



SPAIN 

Barcelona 

Biblioteca Provindal y Univendtaria 

(x84x) 159,000 V. 



Madrid 

Biblioteca Nacional 650,000 v. 

Universidad Central de Espana Li- 



brary 



267,000 V. 



SWEDEN 



Gothenburg 
Stadsbibliotek 



LiNKOPING 

StiftSH)ch Lftroverksbibliotek 

Lund 
University library (1668) 

Stockholm 
Kunglike Biblioteket (1585) 



125,000 V. 



xoo,ooo V 



200,000 V. 



379,164 V. 



Upsala 
Kunglike Universitet Bibliotdk (1620) 400,000 v. 



SWITZERLAND 

Aargau 
Kantonsbibliothdk (1803) 

Basel 

Oifentliche BibUothek 
University library (1460) 

Z92 



100,000 V. 



300,000 V. 
200,000 V. 



LEADING LIBRARIES OF THE WORLD 



Berne 

Schweizerische Laiidesl>ibliothek 

(1895) 200,000 V. 

Stadt- u. Uiiiverstilt8l>ibliothek 220,000 v. 



100,000 V. 



Chus 
Bfindnerische Kantonbibliothek 

Geneva 

Bibliofhdque Pabliqoe et Univer- 
sitaire 200,000 v. 

•• 
Fkeiburg I. UCHT. 

Kantonale u. UniversitHts-Bibliothek 

(1848) 200,000 V. 



Lausanne 
Cantonal Library 

Neuchatel 
BibUofhdque de la Ville 



AFRICA 

Algeria 

University Library 



ASIA 

INDIA 

Calcutta 

Imperial Library (1891) 



Kioto 



JAPAN 



Fokuoka Medical College 
Imperial University lAbnif 



280,000 V. 



160,000 V. 



160,489 V. 



X0O,0O0 V. 



113,000 V. 
255,623 V. 



TOKIO 

Hibaya Library (1008) 141,000 v. 

Lnpoial Cabinet tibiary (1885) 507,513 v. 

Te£koku Daigako (1872). 4511O46 v. 

Imperial Library Ueno Park (1872) 276,992 v. 

Waseda University Library (1902) 151,000 v. 



SIBERIA 
Tomsk 
Tomsk University Library (1880) i99,6o< 



STRIA 
Beirut 
Bibliothdque de I'Universitfi 



[lIO,00( 



lAUSTRALIAt 

Melbourne 

Public Library 

Victoria Public Library (£853) 

Sydney 
New South Wales Public Library 

(1869) 



LATIN AMERICA 

ARGENTINA 

Buenos Ayres 
Biblioteca Nadonal (z8io)J 



268,96 
2Z544 



250,004 



xao,oo 



BRAZIL 
Rio de Janeiro 
Bibliotheca Publica Nadonal (i8o7)r 288,50 



CHILE 



Santiago 
Biblioteca Nadonal 



MEXICO 

Mexico City 
Biblioteca Nadonal (1884) 



148,00 



200,00 



193 • 



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PRIVATE BOOK COLLECTORS 



NOTE 

This list is intended to include the names of the leading private collectors of book specialties through- 
out the country. It is not, of course, fully comprehensive, but it is widely representative, both geographically 
and in respect to specialties of collection. It b arranged geographically in correspondence with the 
select list of public libraries in this volume, and usefully supplements that list. It has not been planned 
nor desired to include the many thousands of private libraries, but only collections on special subjects 
The list is not intended to include professional libraries, such as the law books of a lawyer or the theological 
books of a clergyman, unless they are of a special or unusual character; but it b quite possible that private 
libraries or professional collections may be inadvertentiy included in some cases. Specialties, one or 
more, of the collector are indicated as far as information could be obtained. About two-hundred and 
fifty changes, consbting of additions, corrections and omissions have been made in the ibt as first printed 
in the Annual Library Index of 19 lo. It b requested that librarians and private collectors will J both 
cooperate in the further correction and extension of thb Ibt for future issue. 



196 



PRIVATE BOOK COLLECTORS 



Alabama 

Mobile. Hamilton, J. Gaillard, Spring Hill. 
History; Literature, 

— Hamilton, P. J., loio Government St. 

Alabama bibliography; History; Economics; 
History of Institutions. 

— Happ)er, Mrs. E. F., Association Public 

Library, Americana (early); Books and 
reading. 

— Mickle, Wm. E., 315 Dauphin St. Confeder- 

ate history. 

Arizona 

Phoendc. Hall, Sharlot M. Arizoniana. 
Tucson. Freeman, M. Arizoniana. 

— Kinghan, S. Americana. 

Arkansas 

Fayetteville. Droke, G. W. Mathematics. 

— Reynolds, J. H. History. 

— Thomas, D. Y. History. 

Little Rock. Hyde, Mrs. Charles R. Amer- 
icana; Southern States and Confederate 
pMicatians relating to period 1861-65; 
Hawaii. 

California 

Alameda. Tufts, James, 2 121 Central Ave. 
First editions (general and Californiana). 

Auburn. Prewett, Judge J. E., Linden Heights. 
Physical science. 

Bakersfield. Warthorst, Frank W., Kern 
Island and Union Sts. Civil engineering; 
Business law. 

Berkeley. Armes, Prof. W. D., Faculty Club, 
Japanese prints and books about them; Gen- 
eral literature (autograph and presentation 
copies). 

— Cheney, Sheldon, P. O. Box 307. Book- 

plate literature. 

— Cheney, Warren, 2241 College Ave. North 

coast narratives (esp. Russian occupation of 
Alaska); California poets; Russia (costume^ 
manners, customs). 

— Coolidge Mrs. Mary Roberts. Dwight Way 

End. Charities and philanthropy. 



California 

Berkeley. Grinnell Joseph, 2615 Channing 
Way. Ornithology. 

— Havre, J. B., 1436 Eudid Ave. History; 

Central Asia; Caucasus. 

— Setchell, Prof. W. A. Faculty Club. Tobacco. 

CoRTE Madera. Chapman, Edgar C, Science, 
Fine editions. 

Fresno. Bonestell, C. K. Americana. 

Glen Ellen. London, Jack. Sociology; 
Science. 

Hayards. Emerson, W. Otto. Ornithology; 
Art. 

Los Angeles. Baumgardt, B. R., 626 W. 30th 
St. Astronomy. 

— Chambers, W. Lee, R. F. D. No. i, Box 73. 

Zoology (esp. ornithology). 

— Collins, Holdridge C, 2341 Thompson St 

Rcferenu books. 

— Conaty, Rt. Rev. Thomas J., 717 So. Burling- 

ton Ave. Irish history, literature and 
education. 

— Demens, P. A., 1149 W. 28th St. Russian 

literature; Civil War; Crimean War. 

— Gerson, Dr. T. Perceval, 1011-1012 W. P. 

Story Bldg. Autograph letters and docu' 
ments; Californiana; Science. 

— Hunt, Rockwell D., University of South 

California. Californiana. 

— Lummis, Charles F., 200 E. Ave. 43. Spanish 

Americana, history and linguistics; Western 
frontier archaeology and ethnology. 

— Percival, Olive, 906 Union Trust Bldg. Old 

books; A rts of various peoples. 

— Phelps, Rev. Arthur S., 1353 Westlake Ave. 

Antique books. 

— Schroeter, H. M., 333 S. Grand Ave. Rubav- 

yat of Omar Khayyam; Books about Books; 
Bibliography; Typography; Association 
Books; Privately Printed Books; Limited 
editions; Book Club publications; Bookplates, 

— Taylor, Mrs. Frank Wing, 1039 W. 20th St 

Fine bindings. 

— Way, W. J., 325 Security Bldg. 



197 



AMERICAN LIBRARY ANNUAL 



CalilorniA 

Los Gatos. Whitaker, Rev. Robert Clerical 
and religious biography, 

Menlo Pawc. Doyle, John T. Civil War; 
Americana; Agriculture; French literature; 
Spanish literature. 

Mills College. Keep, Josiah. Conchology. 

NiLES. Shinn, Charles Howard. Forestry; Cali- 
forniana, 

Oakland. De Witt, Frederick M., 555 Mont- 
dair Ave. Califomiana, 

— Irish, John P., 1438 Adeline St. First 

editions. 

— Lemmon, Mrs. Sara A. P., 5985 Telegraph 

Ave. Botany {ferns ^ marine algoBt lUies, 
California plants and trees.) 

— Macdonald, Augustin S., 235 Vernon St. 

Califomiana; Pacific Coast. 

— Morrow, J. A., 349 Lenox Ave. First and 

limited editions. 

— Noyes, William S., 2023 Summit St. Old 

editions. 

— Olney, Warren, 481 29th St. Fine bindings. 

— Perry, Mr. and Mrs. R. A., Pagoda Ave. near 

College, Claremont Dist. Early bindings. 
First editions. 

Pasadena. Burdette, Robert J., 891 Orange 
Grove Ave. General literature. 

— Fenyes, Dr. Adalbert, 170 N. Orange Grove 

Ave. Coleoptera . 

— Grinnell, Fordyce, Jr., 572 N. Marengo 

Ave. Entomology (esp. Lepidoptera) . 

— Holder, Charles Frederick, 475 Bellefontaine 

St. Zoology y Quaker history. 

— Hurd, Harry C, 777 N. Los Robles Ave. 

Califomiana; Am. author s^ first editions. 

— Hunt, Myron, 200 N. Grand Ave. Architec- 

ture. 

— James, George Wharton, 1098 N. Ray- 

mond Ave. Califomiana; Archaeology; 
Ethnology and physiography of Southwest; 
Photos of North American Indians of South- 
west. 

— Morcom, G. Frean, 1815 N. Raymond Ave. 

Ornithology. 

— Perrv', Belmont, 1571 E. Colorado St. Cali- 

fomiana; Mexican War; Edgar Allan Poe. 

— Sears, John D., 283 S. Grand Ave. Old and 

rare books. 

San Diego. Gould, Elwyn B. 808 Juniper St. 
Rare books; First editions, etc., in choice 
bindings. 

— Remondino, P. C, M. D., 1504 sth St. 

MUiiary medicine and surgery, Inebriety; 
History of small arms. 



California 

San Diego. Stephens, Frank, R. F. 
Natural history {esp. birds and 

— Vogdes, Gen. Anthony Wayne, 2, 

Geology; Pakeontology. 

— Wangenheim, Juiius, Front and J 

General literature, 

— Wright, Alfred H. CtvUWar. 

San Francisco. Baldwin, Mrs. Orvil 
1000 Green St History; Genea 

— Bancroft, Hubert Howe, 2898 J 

Maps and manuscripts {Westi 
America). 

— Brandon, F. D. First and early 

American and English Authors. 

— Cowan, Robert E., 867 Treat J 

forniana. 

— Davis, Horace, 1800 Bioadwa] 

peare. 

— Harrison, Ralph C, 1998 Vallejo ; 

Browning. 

— Irvine, Leigh H., 512 Frederick St. 

Rhetoric; Diction. 

— Knight, Allen. Califomiana. 

— Lisser, Dr. Louis, 3899 Wash 

Music {musical history and musii 

— McNutt, Dr. W. F., 1800 O'] 

Napoleon. 

— Morrison, A. F., 2022 California St. 

English and A merican history; S> 
Political Economy. 

— Plank, L., 7 7th Ave. Califomian 

— Remington, Charles. " The Chroni 

forniana. 

— Shumate, Dr. Thomas E., 2707 Ca 

Limited editions. 

— Taussig, Rudolph J., 2450 1 

Translations of Latin and Gret 

— Taylor, Dr. Edward Robeson, : 

fomia St. First editions; Fine 

— Von Geldem, Otto, 1926 Broadw 

nical books. 

— Zeile, F. W., 112 Market St. 

economy; History; Philosophy 

Law. 

San Jose. Bland, Henry Meade, 93 
St. Literature. 

— Vetterling, Dr. H., 527 S. McLa« 

Mystic and occult literature. 

Santa Barbara. Cabot, Walter 
State St. Art history and criticis 

Santa Rosa. Burbank, Luther, 204 S 
St. Science. 



198 



PRIVATE BOOK COLLECTORS 



California 

South Pasadena. AUerton, Mrs. Samuel W. 
Calijomiana; Forestry; Agriculture; Botany. 

— Ashley, Roscoe L., 1616 Bank St. American 

history and government, 

Stanford University. Branner, John Casper. 
Brazil; Geology. 

Colorado 

Colorado Springs. Cragin, F. W., 1809 Wood 
Ave. History (local). 

— Hagerman, J. J. Napoleon. 

— Howbert, Irving, 17 N. Weber St. History 

(local). 

— Jewett, W. K., 1515 N. Cascade Ave. Geneal- 

ogy. 

— Stone, George H. Geology. 

Denver. Eisner, John. Medicine and Surgery, 
ancient and modern, 

— Evans, William G. 

— Hughes, Charles, J., Jr. History; Economics. 

— Morgan, Edward B., 419 Century Bldg. 

Coloradoana. 

— Stephens, H. B. Americana. 

— Woodward, Frank L., 1357 Williams St. 

Americana (Pike's Peak region); Colorado- 
ana; First and early editions. 

— Zang, Adolph J., P. O. Box 1466. De luxe 

editions; Fine bindings. 

Fort Collins. Carpenter, Louis G., 320 Plum 
St. Engineering. 

— Dale, Dr. J. E., 140 West Oak. 

— Gillette, C. P., Experiment Station. Ento- 

mology. 

— Headden, W. P., Experiment Station. Analy- 

tical and agricultural chemistry. 

— Lee, Paul, 211 Colorado Block. 

— Sheppard, W. B., 615 Remington. Hunting; 

Travels. 

— Stuver, Dr. E., 216 East Oak St. Tubercu- 

losis. 

— Thompson, A. W., 708 South College Ave. 

Pueblo. Adams, Alva, 207 Broadway. Rocky 
Mountains. 

— Lewis, Mrs. Thomas Addison, 926 Lake Ave. 

— Thatcher, M. D., 15th and Greenwood. 

Connecticut 

Cos Cob. Seton, Ernest Thompson. Ameri- 
cana (Indian lore; Woodcraft; Scouting; 
Western travel; Zoology; Forestry). 

D ANBURY. Brewster, Mrs. L. D. 

— Hartwell, Mrs. F. E., 16 West St. 

— Hull, Miss Eliza, 157 Deer Hill Ave. 



Connecticut 

D ANBURY. Ives, Harry M., 368 Main St. 
Williams College History. 

— Tweedy, Donald N., 10 Terrace PI. Music. 

Darien. Neilson, Howard S. Lincolniana; 
Civil War; Club publications; First editions. 

Hartford. Avery, Samuel P., 61 Woodland St. 
Grolier Club publications; Biblophile Society 
publications; William L. Andrews publica- 
tions; Fine Arts; Biography; Early printed 
books; Extra fine bindings (ancietU and 
modern); Miniature books, 

— Barbour, Lucius A., 130 Washington St. 

Local history and genealogy. 

— Bulkeley, Morgan G. Local history. 

— Clark, Charles Hopkins. Journalism. 

— Cone, James B., 640 Farmington Ave. 

Arms and hunting implements. 

— HilLs, J. Coolidge, 19 Atwood St. Numis- 

matics and medals. 

— Macdonald, Duncan B., 853 Asylum Ave. 

Arabic literature {especially Arabian Nights). 

— Terry, James, 78 Wethersfield Ave. Colonial 

bibliography. 

Meriden. Curtis, George M. Americana; His- 
tory (English and American); Grolier 
Club publications; First editions of Dickens; 
Egyptology. 

— Davis, Charles H. S., 60 Pleasant St. Arch4S- 

ology (Oriental); Ethnology; Philosophy 
(Celtic). 

MiDDLETON. Hart. Samuel. Literature (Latin 
and liturgical). 

— Rice, Prof. William North. Geology, Natural 

history. 

Mount Carmel. Pierce, Frank H. CivU War. 

New Haven. Adams, George Burton, 57 
Edgehill Rd. Constitutional history of 
England to close of 13//1 century. 

— Baldwin, Dr. S. E., 69 Church St. Americana. 

— Famam, Henry W., 43 Hillhouse Ave. Social 

science. 

— Hillhouse, James, Sachem's Wood. Railroads. 

— Phelps, Wm. Lynn, 1 10 Whitney Ave. Drama 

(Elizabethan and eighteenth century). 

New London. Learned, Walter. Grolier Club 
publications; Bibliophile Society publica- 
tions; Rarities. 

— Palmer, Elisha L. Memoirs and biographies 

of actors and actresses (extra illustrated; 
autograph letters, etc.); French history mem- 
oirs of the ly th and iSth centuries; First 
editiofis of Dickens and Thackeray; Grolier 
Club publications; Bibliophile Society Public 
cations; Galleries of portraits; Extra illustra- 
ted books. 



199 



AMERICAN LIBRARY ANNUAL 



Connecticut 

NoswiCB. Aiken, GenjWilliam A. 

— Oilman, Miss Emily S. 

— Lane, Mrs. George W. 

— Learned, Bela P. (estate). Choice editions, 

— Shields, William H . Rare A mericana, 

Tariffville. Mitchelson^ Joseph C. Numis- 
matics. 

Tolland. Fuller, Edward E. American litera- 
ture. 

Delaware 

Dover. Daly, Alexander M. 

— Frame, Thomas. 

— Harr}'ton, Watson. 

— Hutton, John. 

— Johnson, Harry. 

— Kenne}', R. R. 

— Ridgely, Henry. 

GE0RGET0WT4. Ciillen, Charlie. 

— Richardson, John M. 

Greenville. Thompson, Henry B. 

MoNTCHARiEN. Bradford, E. E. 

RocKroRD. Bancroft, Samuel, Parkway nr. 
Rockford Rd. First editions. 

Wilmington. Bancroft, Samuel, jr., 

— Bayard, Thomas F. 

— Du Pont, Alfred I. 

— Du Pont, Mrs. Eugene. 

— Du Pont, Henr\' A. 

— Du Pont, T. Coleman. 

— Gray, Judge George. 

— Hilbiber, Frederick J., 115 W. gth St. Amer- 

icana; Delawariana, 

— Hilles, Williams. 

— Lea, Ex-Gov. Preston. 

— Nichelson, John R. 

— Richards, Robert H., 14 15 Delaware Ave. 

— Richardson, H. A. 

— Saulsbur)', Willard, 14th and Broome Sts. 

District of Columbia 

Washington. Bolton, Henrietta Irving, 15 19 
K St., N. W. History of alchemy and 
chemistry. 

— Boyd, Leroy S., 312 C St., N. W. Maryland 

history; Interstate commerce; Railroads; 
Genealogy; Louisiana. 

— Bryan, Wilhelmus B., 1330 i8th St., N. W. 

District of Columbia. 

— Clark, Edward (Estate of), 417 4th St., N. W., 

Literature of Music. 

— Cole, T. L., Colorado Bldg. American 

statute law. 

— Downing, A. C, 1774 Massachusetts Ave. 

Best editions of British and French authors; 
Napoleon; French Revolution. 

— Featherstone, Thomas, 114 Maryland Ave., 

N. F-. John Brown; Slavery, 



District of Colttmbia 

Washington. Gill, Theodore N., 3 
N.W. Zoology. 

— Gredy, Major General A. W., 191^ 

W. Arctic regions; Meteorology 
art and science. 

— Eauffmann, Wctor, 1708 New Ham 

Pishing; Out of door life; GroUi 
liophUe societies^ publications, 

— Lodge, Hon. Henry Cabot, 1765 Ms 

Ave., N. W. Americana. 

— Martin, Artemus, 1534 Columbia 

Mathematics; Natural history. 

— Oldroyd, Col. O. H., 516 loth St. 

— Perry, R. Ross. Fendall Bldg. 

ence; Metaphysics. 

— Reeve, Col. F. A., 1628 19th St., N. 

eds. British and French authors; 

— Smith, Wm. R., Botanical gardens. 

— Stokes, H., Oriental Esoteric So< 

Q St., N. W. New Thought; 
Theosophy; Psychical Research 
Philosophies. 

— Talbott, Henry, 1337 12th St., N. W 

— Weller, M. I., 408 Seward Sq. S. i 

of Columbia. 

— Whitaker, J. H., 142 1 T St., N. 

editiofis of American authors; Wal 

— Yarrow. Dr. H. C, 2 116 Bancroft 

^i^it ij^sp. Walton and Cotton* 
Angler). 

Florida 

Watertown. Paul, John J., Amen 
ology and mammalogy; Indian 
voyages. 

Georgia 

Atlanta. Adams, Dr. M. W., Atlai 
sity, Atlanta, Ga. Greek. 

— Blount, M. N., 465 S. Pryor St. C 

Irish literature. 

— Doonan, J. T. Georgia history; ^ 

Constitutional conventions; Bar . 
reports of Southern States. 

— Du Bois, Dr. W. E. Atlanta 

Economics. 

— Hancock, Miss, Atlanta University 

— Towns, George A., 2 University P] 

literature of the iSth century. 

— Webst, Prof. E. H., Atlanta 

Chemistry. 

Augusta. Lamar, J. R. Georgia hist 

Brunswick. Burroughs, W. B. d 
tory; Autograph letters. 

Savannah. Adams, S. B. Georgi 

— De Renne, Wymberly Jones. Geor^ 

Southeastern history. 



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lUinois 

Chicago. Aver, Edward E., 2 Banks St. 
Indian history of North America; Sandwich 
Islands; Philippine Islands. 

— Bacon, Paul V., 378 Wabash Ave. German 

grammars and dictionaries. 

— Barge, William D., 303 City Hall. Americana 

{illustrated items). 

— Bern', B. D., 378 Wabash Ave. English 

grammars. 

— Best, Frank E., 6959 Pamell Ave. Geneahg- 

ical. 

— Chandler, Geo. M., 1358 Kenwood Park PL 

Americana y first and limited editions, 

— Clark, A. Sheldon, 401 E. Ohio St. lUinois 

history; Americana, 

— Daniel, F. W., Room 509, 67 Wabash Ave. 

— de Surrentin, Gen. Edward, 29 S. La Salle St. 

General literature, 

— Dixson, Dr. Zella Allen, 5600 Monroe Ave. 

Printers and printing; Book plates; Art 
Literature. 

— Douglas, Wm. J. 5667 Frink Ave, Austin 

Station. General literature, 

— Doussang, Frank, 4548 Vincennes St. Civil 

War. 

— Edward, Georg, 6743 No. Ashland Ave. 

Folklore; German literature; English litera- 
ture; Poetry. 

— Gookin, Frederick William, 13 West Walton 

PI. Japan and Japanese art; Japanese 
illustrated books. 

— Gunther, C. F., 901 Majestic Bldg. CivU War, 

— Holdom, Jesse, 4932 Lake Ave. Bibliophile 

Society publications, Caxton Club publi- 
cations; Biography; History; Old and rare 
books. 

— Howland, Geo. C, 4605 Drexel Boul. General 

literature, 

— Kurrie, H. R., Republic Bldg. Americana, 

— Leonard, Arthur George, 4801 Woodlawn Ave. 

Early printing. 

— Lowe, John W., Union Club. War of 18 12 

{Canadian, British and U.S. publications). 

— M anierre, G eorge. A mericana . 

-^ MacFarland, S. H., care Hart, Schafifner & 
Marx, 36 S. Franklin St. Angling; Thoreau, 

— Millard, Everett L., 69 W. Washington St. 

Privately printed books; First editions. 

-^Mohr, Louis, 349 West Illinois St. General 
literature. 

— Morris, Seymour, 135 Adams St. Genealogy; 

New England (town histories). 

— Onahan, William J., Macalester Place. Ire- 

land; Scotland; Catholic Church. 

— Payne, John Barton, Chicago Club. Vir- 

ginia; Whistler; Early histories of any of the 
states. 



Illinois 

Chicago. Payne, W. T., Suite 913, 59 Clark St. 
Tennysoniana, 

— Phelps, E. M., 1703 Indiana Ave. Napoleon, 

— Power, C. T., 1507 Chase Ave. Americana. 

— Quicke, John H. S., 6010 Jefferson Ave. 

Art; Bible (early and rare editions). 

— Rich, Herbert, 4^1 S. Dearborn St. Lithuan- 

ian folk lore; Entomology; Clairvoyance; Bee 
keeping; German carp; Hair dressing, 

— Ricketts, C. Lindsay, 438 W. 67th St. CaXtig- 

raphy; Alphabets; Paleography, 

— Ril)ster, J. H., 1640 West Monroe St. Art. 

— Sergei, Charles H., 4578 Oakenwald Ave. 

Drama. 

— Seymour, Ralph Fletcher, 203 Michigan Ave. 

Incunabula and early printing; Examples 
of finely designed and printed books; Some 
first editions of English authors. 

— Speakman, Howland, Congress and Honore 

Sts. 

— Spoor, J. A., 1305 ist National Bank Bldg. 

English poets. 

— Starr, Frederick, University of Chicago 

Mexicafui; Central Africa (esp. Congo); 
Japan; China. 

— Upton, Geo. P., 5491 East End Ave. Music. 

— Vincent, Judge Wm. E., Rookery'^ Bldg. 

CivU War, 

— Vbcke, William, 520 La Salle Ave. Civil 

War. 

— Weaver Dr. G. H., 1628 Washington Blvd. 

Early Americana, Early medical, 

— Wing, John M., 1961 W. Congress St. Art; 

Phallic worship; Incunabula. Special 
presses; Extra illustrated; Prints; Ex 
libris. 

— Wrenn, Estate of John H., 225 La Salle St. 

Elizabethan and Restoration literature, 

— Yount, Andrew H., 562 Oak wood Blvd. First 

editions (particularly American authors); 
Limited and special editions; Special presses, 

Decatuk. Barnes, Will. 

— Culver, J. H. 

EvANSTON. Carpenter, W. M., 2010 Sheridan 
Rd. Bibliophile Society publications; Cax- 
ton Club publications; Doves Press publica- 
tions; Kipling first editions. 

— Clay, M. J., First Nat. Bank Bldg. Americana 

— Cleveland, Charles B., 1508 Hinman Ave. 

— Coble, Robert K., 1224 Maple Ave. Anter- 

ican literature; Fine arts. 

— Crandon, F. P., 14 14 Forest Ave. Civil War; 

Lincoln. 

— Cxurey, J. S., 1308 Judson Ave. Americana: 

(history of the Northwest.) 



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niinois 

EvANSTON. Elliot, Frank M., 225 Lake St. Shel- 
ley; Vernon Lee; George Gissing; Lincoln; 
Mathilda Blind; Walter Savage Landor; 
P. G. HatHmerton. 

— Ditz, Dr. P. H., 2715 Harrison St. Americana. 

— Grover, F. R., iico Hinman Ave. Amer^ 

icana; North American Indians. 

— Holabind, William, 15C0 Oak Ave. 

— Kelly, Geo. T., 1028 Judson Ave. General 

literature, 

— Morse, Charles J., 1825 Asbury Ave. History 

-and development of Oriental art. 

— Page, C. H., 1704 Hinman Ave. 

— Pearsons, H. A., 17 18 Chicago Ave. 

— Shaffer, J. C, 1704 'udson Ave. Americana 

and special manuscripts. 

— Simmons, Parke E., 1746 Hinman Ave* 

American history; English history; Fir si 
editions modern English and American 
authors; Limited and special editions. 

— Thompson, Mrs. D. D., 2135 Orrington. 

Galesburg. Lawrence, George A., 590 N. 
Prairie St. Rare editions. 

Glenview. McQueen, Alexander. Sweden- 
borgiana^ all languages. 

Highland Park. Merryweather, George. 
American and English first ?. itions; Asso- 
ciation books. 

Lake Forest. Chattield-Tavlor, Hobart Chat- 
^ field, Fairlawn. Molihre; Carlo Goldoni. 

— Hamill, Alfred Ernest. Italian art; History 

of the Italian Renaissance. 

— Martin, H. H. 

— Smith, Byron L. Travel; Lincoln. 

— Smith, Delavan. History {United States). 

Lincoln. Hodnett, Joseph. Cuba; ^Mexico. 

Maywood. French, D. A., 321 Lake St. 
Americana. 

MoLiNE. Oakleaf, J. B. Lincoln. 

Monmouth. Robinson, L. E., 1032 E. Boston 
Ave. English literature. 

ROCKFORD. Caswell, S. J. Americana (esp. 
prehistoric). 

— Kimball, F. H. Archa-ohgy: Science. 

Springfield. Brown, Stuart. 

— Dana, Mrs. Susan Lawrence. 

-— Hagler, Dr. Elmer E. Art; Poetry; Belle 
Lettres. 

— Hay, Hon. Logan. 

— Humphrey, Judge J. Otis. 

— Morrison, Mrs. Hugh. 

— Fatten, William L., 403 W. Edwards St. 

Memoirs; Belles lettres. 



Illinois 

Urbana. Alvord, Clarence W., : 
fomia Ave. American history ( 

— Clark, Thomas Arkle, 928 W. 

Fine editions English and Americ 

— Cunningham, Judge J. O. Histor 

Lincolniana. 

— Fairlic, John A., 1004 S. Lin 

Political science. 

— Ford, Guy S., IC04 S. Lincoln Ave. 

history. 

— Guild, Thachsr H., loio W. C 

Drama. 

— Reasoner, L. R., S. Lincoln Ave. 1 

History; Theology. 

— Ricker, N. Clifford, 612 W. Green 

itecture. Translations {French an 

— Ward, Henry B. Zoohgy. 

Indiana 

Burchgrove. Churchman, Francis 
lish literature. 

Crawpordsville. Wallace, Henry. 

Elkhart. Beardsley, Mrs. \. R., 30c 
Ave. 

— McCracken, S. B., High School. 

— Procter, R. E., Monger Bldg. 

— Roy, C. D., 116 N. Main 

Fort Wayne. Colerick, Miss Ma 
Gardens. 

— Hamilton, Miss Katherine. Folk-It 

Greencastle. Barnes, Prof. N. ^ 
literature. 

— Boyd, Jackson. Lincoln. 

— Stephenson, Dr. .Andrew, 198 So 

Ave. Sources for the study t 
history to the death of Edward I. 

— Taylor, Miss Minetta. 

— Til'den, Prof . F. J . English literatu 

— Weik, Jesse W. English literature 

Greenwood. Kinnick, Benjamin F. 
tionSf historical and political; £« 
and poetry. 

Indianapolis. Calvert, George C, 
Fellows Bldg. Books on etching 
illustrated with etchings; Belles lei 

— Coleman, C. B. Education. 

— Darlington, Frank G. James 

Riley. 

— HolUday, John H., 1121 N. M< 

Indiana bookSy mainly historical; 
Journalism; Freemasonry. 

— Howe, Daniel W. Indiana history. 

— Howe, Thomas C, Butler College 

literature; Education. 



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idiana 

Indianapolis. Kendall, C. N. Education, 

— Moores, Charles W. Lincoln. 

— Nicholson, Meredith. 

— Stout, W. H., Central Lyceum Bureau. His- 

tory; Political Science; Socialism; Lincoln; 
Washington; Indiana; Books by Indiana 
authors. 

— Watkins, O. L. Wordsworth. 

— WUliams, Charles R. 

— Wilson, Midford B., 13 lo N. Delaware St. 

History; Biography. 

KoKOMO. Armstrong, Mrs. A. F., 406 E. 
Sycamore. 

— Choate, Rev. C. W., 504 E. Walnut. 

— Doyon, Major M. R., 308 W. Walnut. 

— Elliott, Mrs. J. F., 511 W. Jefferson. 

— Kirkpatrick, L. J., 12 10 E. Jefferson. 

— Parr, Dr. W. D., 700 W. Walnut. 

— Patterson, Mrs. Virginia S., 505 E. Mulberry 

St. 

— Vrooman, H. W., 505 E. Walnut. Dickens; 

Thackeray. 

MuNCiE. Rose, F. D. First editions; English 
literature. 

New Albany. Carleton, Mrs. Emma N. Old 
books. 

Terre Haute. Baker, Harry J., 1 136 S. 6th St. 
English novelists. 

— Breaks, Dr. L. Z., 26 S. 7th St. History. 

— Combs, Dr. C. N., 128 S. 6th St. 

— Cooper, Jas. A., 311 S. 5th St 

— Curry, Charles M., 1004 6th Ave. Literature. 

— Debs, Eugene V., 451 N. 8th St. 

— Fairbanks, Mrs. Crawford, 402 S. 6th St. 

— Gerstmeyer, Dr. Charles, 15 S. 8th St. 

— Herz, Milton, 673 Swan. 

— Mice, W. B., Davis St. 

— Hulman, H., Sr., 657 Ohio. Catholic books. 

— Kadel, P. F., 733 N. 8th St. 

— McComb, Dr. Charles, 128 S. 6th St. His 

tory of medicine. 

— McKeen, Frank. 705 S. 5th. 

— McLean, Mrs. W. E., 700 S. 7th St. Art; 

Literature; Nature. 

— Mees, C. L., 2209 N. 9th St. Science. 

— Reynolds, S. M., 1115 S. 6th. Socialism. 

— Shaley, Dr. F. W., 664 Mulberry. History; 

Classics. 

— Swopc, Sheldon, 17 Swope Blvd. 

— Warren, Miss Mary A., 417 S. 6th St 

— Worrell, J. P., 20 S. 7th St. 



Iowa 

Cedar Rapids. Brewer, Luther A., 847 4tl 
Ave. Printing; Bookbinding; Bibliogriphy 

lowana. 

— Clark, Col. Charles A., 8co ist Ave. 

— Douglas, Mrs. George B., 1965 ist Ave. 

— Newton, Rev. Jos., 1269 4th Ave. 

Council Bluffs. Everett, Mrs. Horace. 8i< 
rd Ave. 

— Hanchett, Dr. A. P., izo So. 6th St. 

— Smith, Hon. Walter L, 126 So. 7th St. 

— Wright, Mrs. George, 130 So. 6th St. 

Des Moines. McVey, A. H. Biography; Belle 
lettres. 

— Comfort, Wm. E. English literature, poetr 

and drama; Geo. Meredith^ first editions 

Grinnell. Spaulding, Mrs. E. H. De Ium 
books. 

Lamoni. Fitzpatrick, T. T. lowana; Constantin* 
Smaltz Rafinesque; History (midwestern) 
Botany; Mathematics; Mississippi Valley. 

Marshalltown. Boardman, C. H. E., 405 E 
Main St. 

— Carney, J. L., 605 W. Main St. History. 

— Howe, H. J., 6 S. 5th .\ve. Fine arts; English 

literature. 

— Northup, F. E., 6c8 W. State. 

— Palmer, A., 405 N. 4th St. History; Poetry. 

— Parker, J. M., 27 W. Main St. History. 

— Simmons, J. B., 306 N. 3d St. Standan 

sets history, biography, fiction, poetry. 

— Van Law, C. H., 10 N. loth. 

Ottumwa. Brockman, Dr. D. C, i Torbin Hill 
History; Travel; Archeology. 

Sioux City. Mould, Judge David, 1114 Jen- 
nings St. 

— Spreng, T. F. H., M.D., 1616 Douglas St 

De luxe editions. 

— Wright, Craig L., 817 8th St. 

Kansas 
FImporia. Plumb, Mrs. P. B. 

Lawrence. Bassett, R. E. Spanish literature. 

— Carruth, W. H. German literature. 

— Dunlap, Prof. C. G., 926 Kentucky St, 

English literature. 

— Galloo, Miss Eugenia. French literature. 

— Ha worth, E. Mineralogy. 

— Hunter, S. J. Entomology. 

— Mo^se, F. D. French literature. 

Leaven'Worth. Hall, Mrs. John, " Maple- 
hurst." Lincolniana. 

— Tullock, Mrs. .\. J., 616 S. Broadway. Amer- 

icana; French history; Louisiana. 



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Kansas 

ToPEKA. McFarland, J. M., 1192 Fillmore St 
History; Biography. 

— Peck, Capt. George R. A mericana. 

— Sanders, Dr. F. Knight. Washburn College. 

India. 

Kentucky 

Danville. Daviess, Miss Annie T. Kentucky 
history, 

— Harding, Mrs. Robert Fine editions, 

Hasrodsburg. Stephenson, W. W. Kentucky 
history, 

Lexington. Mackenzie, A. S. Origins of Poetry, 

— Mulligan, James H. Robert Louis Stevenson, 

— Norwood, Joseph W. Freemasonry, 

— Patterson, James K. English literature. 

— Shearin, H. G. American ballads, 

— Townsend, John Wilson, Kenttickiana; 

James Lane Allen, 

Louisville. Cawein, Madison, American poetry ' 

— Durrett, Col. R. T., Brook and Chestnut Sts. 

Kentucky history and literature. 

— Smith, Mrs. Z. F. Kentucky Church history, 

Louisiana 

New Orleans. Beer, William, 2003 Carondelet 
St. Louisiana. 

— Beaux, Chief Justice J. A., 1728 Canal St. 

Early essays^ books and manuscripts touching 
the history of Louisiana territory and first 
years of the history of the states. 

— Cusachs, Caspar, 542 Esplanade Ave. Louisi- 

ana. 

— Denis, Henr\', 624 Gravier St. Law (Roman 

and French Civil). 

— Foster, E., 328 Camp St. Authropology; 

Natural history; Greek and Roman classics. 

— Hart, W. O., 134 Carondelet St. Dickens; 

Thackeray. 
— Hoehn, Emile, 535 Iberville. Suiss history 
Unci, old prints and manuscripts^ mostly 
in German). 

— Parsons, E. A., 1661 Octavia St. Ancient 

history. 

— Smith, J. C, 131 Carondelet St. 

— Stubbs, Mrs. W. C, 1033 Carondelet St. 

Genealogy. 

— Thompson, T. P., 1812 Calhoun St. Ameri- 

cana: Louisiana; Misissippi Valley. 

Maine 

Augusta. Hill, John F. Americana; Local 

history, 
Bangor. Appleton, Colonel Frederick H. 

— Bliss, Charles E. Webster; Choate. 

— Boardman, Samuel L. Agriculture; Botany; 

Forestry; Country life; Rural affairs. 



Maine 

Bangor. Brown P. G., 218 Middl< 
Tom^s Cabin; Robinson Crusoe. 

— Coe, Dr. T. U. Fine editions. 

— Fay, Cd. F. R., 106 India St. Sa 

— Hennessy, Wilfrid A. Maine Amen 

editions. 

— Parkhurst, Col. Frederick H. 

history; Constitutional law. 

— Porter, Col. J. W. Genealogy; H 

— SawteUe, WUliam O. Maine hisi 

icana. 

Bath. Sewall, Hon. H. M. 

Belfast. Beckford, Charles S., 3; 
Dickens; Thackeray. 

Biddeford. Bickford, Miss Belle. 

— Gould, Mrs. Jesse., 66 Adams St. 

psychology, literary criticism. 

Brunswick. Johnson, Prof. Henr 
peare. 

Dover. Smith, Judge E. C. Maps 
Maine history; Americana. 

— Sprague, J. F., Maine and N. E. 

biography; Documents same. 

Gardiner. Lewis, Weston. First 
editions; Maine. 

Lewiston. Elder, George K., 32 ( 

— Hartshorn, W. H., Bates Colle 

regions^ English literature. 

— Hutchins, H. B., 193 Holland St 

— Stanton, Jonathan Y., 410 Main 

thology. 

Poland Springs. Ricker Bros. 

Portland. Baxter, James P., 61 I 
American history, 

— Cleaves, Hon. H. B. 

— Libby, Hon. Charles F. 

— Mosher, Thomas B., 45 Exchange 

editions of modern English writers 
poets. 

— Spalding, J. A., 627 Congress i 

Italy. 

Saco. Kennon-Wood, Mrs. Lucy. 
and books relating to art. 

Maiyland 

Baltimore. Cohen, Mendes. Orie 

— Didier, Eugene L. Drama. 

— Garrett, Robert. 506 Continei 

Medieval, Europe and Orien 
Sociology. 

— Jacobs, Henry Barton, M.D., 11 

PI. Tuberculosis; French medic 
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Haryland 

Baltimore. Kcidel, George C, Johns Hopkins 
University. Fable literature of the Middle 
Ages. 

— Kelly, Dr. Howard A. Medicine (Biography 

and history); First editions (many medical); 
Special presses; Association books; Old and 
rare books. 

— Machen, Arthxir W. 

— Steiner, Bernard C. Care of Enoch Pratt 

Free Library. Yale University; Connecti- 
cut; Maryland; Americana. 

— Van Arsdale, Miss E. B., ii6 W. Lanvale St. 

Robert Browning. 

Cumberland. Devecmon, W. C. Drama. 

Hagerstown. Kealhofer, William. Psychical 
research; Esoteric Buddhism. 

— Kieffer, Rev. J. Spangler. Classics; Theology. 

— Mealey, Edward. History; Literature. 

Xassachusetts 

Amherst. Churchill, Prof. George B. Shakes- 
peare. 

— Emerson, Prof. B. K. Geology. 

— Genung, Prof. John F. Tennyson. 

— Heaton, Hiram. Thackeray. 

Boston. Andrews, A. I., 59 Westland Ave. 
Nearer East; Turkey; Africa. 

— Andrews, George F., Box 2305. North Africa, 

— Bowditch, C. P., 28 State St. Central America; 

Mexico. 

— Brigham, Dr. E. H., 19 Boylston PI. CiiHl 

War. 

— Brown, Allen A., P. O. Box 1802. Music, 

Stage. 

— Clapp, J. B., 59 Commercial St. Drama. 

— Coolidge, Harold J . , 2 2 Congress S t. Classics; 

Old English editions. 

— Dane, Dr. John, 29 Marlborough St. Lord 

Bacon. 

— Elson, Louis C, 811 Beacon St Music 

(old and rare books on). 

— Emmons, Theodore H. Masonic Temple. 

Freemasonry. 

— Farwell, J. W., 70 Kilby St. Rare Americana. 

— Gay, Ernest L., 317 Marlboro St. Editions 

and portraits of John Gay, the poet. 

— Gillooly, F. L., Office of the Overseers of 

the Poor, Charity Bldg. First editions 
(American and English); Autograph letters; 
Presentation copies; Fine arts (American, 
English and Foreign). 

— Harper, Henry H. Privately printed editions; 

Club books. 

— Hart, Francis R., O. C. Trust Co. Central 

America. 



Massachusetts 

Boston. Hunt, Dr. David, 149 Boylston St 
Americana. 

— Jones, M. B., 10 1 Milk St Vermont history^ 

— Lewisson, W. M., 147 Tremont St Amer^ 

icana; George Washington. 

— Lord, Arthur, 70 State St. History of Ply- 

mouthy Mass.; Pilgrim Fathers. 

— Marston, Howard, 25 Brattle St Napoleon. 

— Martin, Mrs. Alexander, 870 Beacon St. 

Robert Browning. 

— Merritt, E. P., 343 Marlboro St Fine 

English editions. 

— Murdoch, Harold, P. O. Box 341. Samuel 

Johnson. 

— Pollard, F. H., 23 W. Cedar St Cook books. 

— Rhodes, James Ford, 392 Beacon St. Amer^ 

ican history; General history; Literature, 

— Rotch, A. LawTence, 1124 Board of Trade 

Bldg. Aerial navigation. 

— Sargent, William A., 53 State St iSth cen- 

tury French vignette books. 

— Shaw, Robert G., Colonial Bldg. Drama; 

PlaybUls. 

— Shillaber, W. G., 275 Beacon St., Liturgical 

works; Old Bibles, Early New England. 

— Tapley, H. F., 194 Congress St Lynn 

history. 

— Thomdike, T . W. , 20 Newbury St Canadian, 

Arctic and sub-Arctic regions. 

— Updike, D. Berkeley, 232 Summer St Print' 

ing; Specimen books of types; Autographs 
and portraits of printers; Medals on typO' 
grapky. 

Brookline. Fish, Frederick P., Icelandic and 
Gaelic literature in translations; Folk-lore; 
Early institutions. 

— Gay, Frederick L. Rare Americana, 

— Greenough, Charles P. Historical and bio- 

graphical, 

— Lowell, Miss A my. A ssociation books (English 

literature). 

— Paine, Robert Treat (2d). Shakespeare, 

Cambridge. Putnam, F. W., 1582 Massachu- 
setts Ave. Anthropology (American archce- 
ology and ethnology); Zoology (Birds and 
fishes). 

— Ford, Worthington C, 9 Buckingham St. 

American political history, 

— Greenough, Chester N., Harvard University, 

Early English literature. 

— Henshaw, Samuel, 8 Fayerweather St Gil- 

bert White of Selbome. 

— Palmer, George H., 11 Quincy St. Poetry 

(English); Philosophy; George Herbert; 
First editions (poetry, philosophy). 



20s 



AMERICAN LIBRARY ANNUAL 



Massachusetts 

Cambkipge. Fotter, Alfred C, Harvard College 
Library'. Tobacco. 

— Willson, R. \V., 64 Bratele St. Astronomy 

{early editions). 

Clinton. Cannon, Peter J. Xapoleon; Mil- 
itar\ art and science. 

— Jenkins, \V. I., 156 Chestnut St. Early 

editions of English Classics. 

— Sa\\-Aer, Frank H., P. O. Box 196. Civil 

War. 

— Smith, Judge Jonathan, 77 High St. Histor- 

ical and gene ale gical investigat ion. 

Danvers, Endicott, William C. AmericaruL. 

East Braintree. Watson, Thomas \. 

East Foxboro. Rothschild, Alonzo, Brook 
Farm. CriH Her. 

Haverhill. Powers. Le\i M., 22 Park St 
First end early editions (American^ esp. 
Twain and \Vhi:man'. 

— Tilton, John W., 223 Main St. Art; General 

literature best editions; Fine iUnstrated hooks. 

Lancaster. Thayer, John E. Ornithology. 

Leicester. Russell, John E. (estate of). 
Drama: Eng»ish Classics; History; Biog- 
raphy: Poetry. 

LowFii. Bent, William. First and early edi- 
tions ,C^r.ss:i.'s). 

— t;o^Hl\vin, William B. Organs. 

— Kinm-N , Burton A., ' The Terraces." George 

Washington. 

— Putnam, Frank P. Engravings. 

— Richardson, (leorge F., Nesmith St. Shakes- 

peare; Pramatists {.early). 

Maki ju»ri>iu;h. Bigelow, PIdward L. 

— Frye, Walter P. General literature. 

Mn>n»Ki>. Lawrence, Gen. Samuel C. Free- 

masonry. 

— W heeler, Florence S., 199 Salem St. Ex 

lihris. 

Nkwhukyport. Brown, Hon. Moses, 9 Orange 
St. 
liurkr, Hon. Robert E., 49 High St. 
Ilulr, J.R., High St. 

— IJealy, Dr. T. Raymond, 12 Charter St. 

Old editions of classics. 

— I'arton, Miss P2thel, 254 High St. 

— Waters, Mrs. C. E., 77 High St. 

NoK'in Adams. Brown, Wallace E., 100 North 
.St. Limited and special editions. 

NoKTH E ASTON. Ames, Oakes. Botany. 

North Egremont. Corthell, Elmer L. Engi- 

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Massachusetts 

Northampton. Abbott, James T., 

— Copcland, E. H., 168 Elm St. 

— Rolls, Miss Sarah, 54 West St. 

— Se\-mour, Christopher, Elm St. 

Norwood. Day, F. H. Keats; I 
Raphaelite Brotherhood. 

Pittsfield. Adam, W^illiam L., W, 
St. 

— Ballard, H. H. Virgiliana. 

— Prentiss, Frederick, Court House. 

— Slocum, E. T., E. Housatonic St 

SaL^m. Morse, Prof. Edward S. 

— Robinson, John. Commercial n 

ental numismatics. 

Somer\ille. Barber, William L., 
St. Xapoleonana; French Hi 

— Cutler, S. Newton, 28 Flint St. 

— Noyes, Re\*. Charles L., 12 P< 

SoirrH Sandisfield. Walters, Frai 
ology. 

ToPsnELD. Dow, George Francis. 
Mormons. 

Wellesley Hills. Woodward, Fraz 
icon history; Genealogy, 

Weymouth. Hunt, Frederick T 
Biography {chiefy English); 
Extra illustrated books. 

WiXTEB Hill. Noyes, Chacles L 
PhUosopky; Sociology; Economi 
literature, especially later English 

Wobcrx. Cutter, W. R., 732 Main ! 
ogy: Local history. 

Worcester. Coes, Frank L., 2 
Omar Khayyam. 

— Conatv, Rev. Bernard S. TheoU 

literature. 

— Coombs, Prof. Zelotes W., Won 

technic Institute. Modem lar 
literature; George Borrow; Will^ 

— Engler, Dr. Edmund A., Wore 

technic Institute. Mathematics 

— Hall, Dr. G. Stanley. Clark 

Psychology; Science. 

— Hoar, Hon. George F. (estate of), 3 

Political science; Literature; j 

— McCoy, Rev. John J. History; ^ 

— Merrill, Charies A. (estate of), 48 

English classics, Portraits and 

— Nichols, Charles L., M. D., 38 

Incunabula; Worcester {Mass.) 
Isaiah Thomas imprints. 

— Paine, Nathaniel, 72 Elm St. Gi 

ington; Folk-lore and jables; At 
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Worcester. Rice, Charles M., 9 Bowdoin St. 
Literature. 

— Stor}', Dr. William E., Clark University'. 

Science; Mathematics. 

— Thompson, Ebcn Francis, 84 Elm St. Shakes- 

peare; Persian literature. 

— Webster, Dr. Arthur G., Clark University. 

Physics; Mathematics. 

Michigan 

Ann Arbor. Angell, Dr. J. B., South Univer- 
sity Ave. International law. 

— Beal, Junius E., 343 So. 5th Ave. First and 

early editions; Michigan; Printing. 

— Beman, Prof. W. W., 813 E. KingsleyAve. 

Mathematics. 

— Craig, Prof. J. A., 503 E. Madison Ave 

Orient. 

— Demmon, Isaac N., 1432 Washtenaw Ave. 

First and early editions. (English); Poetry; 
Criticism; Drama. 

— D'Ooge, Prof. M. L., 1509 Washtenaw Ave. 

Greek. 

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parative literature. 

— Hobbs, Prof. W. H. Earthquakes. 

— Hollands, W. L., 52 1 S. Division St. Binding. 

— Jones, Samuel A., Packard St. Carlyle 

Emerson; Thoreau. 

— Kelsey, Prof. F. W., 826 Tappan St. Roman 

archaeology. 

Battle Creek. Halsey, Leroy, 67 Champion 
St. 

— Larmour, J. J., 67'^ChestnutXSt. History; 

Travel; Scientific; Ethnology, 

— Stone, I. L., 289 Maple St. Specimens of 

early printing. 

Bay CrrY. Clements, W. L. Americana. 

— Cooke, A. J., (estate of). Americana. 

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Detroit. Booth, George G., Bloomfield Hills. 

— Bowen, Herbert, ^^ West Forest Ave. Amer- 

ican local history. 

— Burton, Clarence M., 27 Brainard St. Detroit 

and Michigan history. 

— Freer, Charles L., 33 East Ferry Ave. Fine 

arts. 

— Hill, Edwin B., 432 Fourth Ave. Drama. 

Grand Rapids. Barnett, James F., 126 N. 
Lafayette St. Economics; Political Science. 

— Butterfidd, Roger N. 27 Paris Ave. History, 

— Lawrence, John S., 325 E. Fulton St. His- 

tory of Printing; Bibliography; Early 
printed Latin Classics. 

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Grand Rapids. Ranck, S. H., r: 6 Terrace Ave. 
Education of Women; Lancaster Co.y Pa,; 
Franklin and Marshall College. 

— Wilcox, Frederick P., History; English 

literature. 

Saginaw. .^Iden, Charles W., 503 Genesee St. 
History. 

— Cowell, Joseph H., 301 S. Warren Ave. 

— Davis, Charles H., 515 N. Michigan Ave. 

— Dustin, Fred, 705 S. Fayette St. Indians; 

Americana; American history. 

— Farmer, Benj. B., 640 S. Weadoch Ave. 

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Biography; Travel. 

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— ; Smith, Wallis Craig, 525 N. Michigan Ave. 

— Slack, Walter L., 625 S. Jefferson Ave. 

— Stark, Gilbert M., 1027 N. Michigan Ave. 

— Swinton, David, 937 S. Jefferson Ave. 

Biography and letters. 

— Wilson, Joseph M., 637 W. 2d St. 

Minnesota 

DuLUTH. Cotton, Joseph B., 2309 E. ist St. 

— d'Autremont, Charles, Jr., 1401 E. ist St. 

— Day, Frank A., Kitchie Gammi Club. 

— Fryberger, Herschel B., 2104 Woodland Ave, 

— Gilbert, Giles (estate), 120 1 London Rd. 

— House Frank E., 2210 E. Superior St. 

— McAlpine, Mrs. Sarah, 1610 E. ist St. Bibli' 

caJ literature; History. 

— McGolrick, Rt. Rev. James, 211 W. 4th St. 

Old and rare books; Medicine; Jurispru- 
dence; Theology; Sacred scriptures; Church 
history; History. 

— Miller, Mrs. A. M., 22 Ave. E. and 2d St. 

Historical and illustrated books; Histories of 
the literature of all nations, 

— Olcott, William F., 2316 E. ist St. 

— Paine, Frederic W., 1007 London Rd. 

— Silkerstein, Edward A., 2328 E. 3d St. 

— Stone, George C, 2222 E. Superior St. 

— Stryker, John D., 2702 Woodland Ave. 

— Warner, Amos L., 239 Woodland Ave. 

— Washburn, Frederick L., 10 1 Oxford St. 

Old and rare books. 

— Williams, John G., 931 E. 4th St. 

— Woodbridge, Dwight E., 1735 Wallace St. 

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Minneapolis. Fanning, R. B., Kasota Bldg., 

330 Hennepin Ave. Civil engineering {esp. 
books rel. to public water supplies and water 
power construction). 

— Fbh, Daniel, N. Y. Life Bldg. Lincoln. 

— Jones, Herschel V'., 1816 Colfax Ave. S. 

Rare books; First and early editions of 
English authors; Bindings. 

— Young, James Carleton, 1819 Ninth Ave. 

South. Best books of best authors of current 
literature of all countries and languages each 
volume characteristically inscribed by the 
author in his own handwriting. Association 
books; Literature. 

St. Paul. Townsend, John, 137 Endicott Bldg. 
Civil War. 

— White, WiUiam C, 767 Goodrich St. First 

editions of American autltors; Privately 
printed books; Fine bindings; Extra illus- 
trated books. 

— Wright, Rev. Dr. John, 383 E. 9th St. Bible 

Prayer books {American); Egyptology. 

Winona. Horton, Charles, 254 E. Broadway. 

— Norton, Matthew G. 

— Watkins, Paul, 153 E. Wabasha. 

Jftississippi 

Oxford. Falkner, Col. J. W. T. Historical 
novels. 

University. Bell, J. W. 

— Brown, Calvin S., l'niversit>' of Mississippi. 

World literature; Comparative literature; 
Ancient and modern languages and literatures; 
Relation of arts to literature; American 
Archcpology. 

— Deupree, Dr. J. G. Southern history and 

literature. 

— Hunt, Mrs. L. M. American writers. 

— Kincannon, A. A. 

— Riley, F. L. History. 

ViCKSBURG. Chapman, Arthur! E. Modern 
book making {printing and binding); Private 
presses. 

Missouri 
Carthage. CaflFee, W. K. Rare books. 

— Davey, Paul. 

Jefferson- City. Gantt, Judge J. B. 

— Hadley, Gov. H. S. 

— Rader, Hon. P. C. 

— Silver, Hon. E. 

JOPLiN. Coon, Byron. 

— Dabbs, Hugh. 

— Dolan, Thomas. General literature, \ 



MlsBOuri 

Kansas City. Bcockett, Robert M., 121 W. 
8th St. Comparative mythology; FoUt Un 
and customs. 

— Childs, Harry P., Kansas City Stock Yards 

Co. 

— Cravens, James H., 405 Massachusetts Bldg. 

Fine arts. 

— James, D. L., 1114 Grand Ave. 

— Knight. W. W., 514 Byrant Bldg. BelUs- 

Uttres; South. 

— Logan, Miss Frances, The Netherlands, i6di 

St and Broadway. Travel. 

— Merrill, Ray M., 24th St. First editions. 

— Nelson, W. R., Kansas City Star, nth St and 

Grand Ave. 

— Peters, J. W. S., 825 Scarritt Bldg. 

— Schauffler, Mrs. E. W., 3835 Wyandotte St 

History. 

— Snider, Mrs. Chester, 3624 Warwick Blv'd. 

— Stiles, E. H^ 517 Massachusetts Bldg. 

— Thatcher, H. John, 3940 McGee St. Uorocn; 

The Moors; Modem dramalic works. 

— Thayer, Mrs. W. B., care of Emery Bird 

Thayer Dry Goods Co. Fine arts. 

— Whipple, Mrs. B. T., 45th and Warwkk 

Blvd. History. 

— Whipple, Mrs. A. A., 3815 Walnut St Hif 

tory. 

— White, J. B., nil R. A. Long Bldg. History; 

Genealogy. 

St. Joseph. Burke, Rt Rev. M. F., 519 N. loth 
St. Catholic Church history. 

— Lacy, G. G., Asylum Blind. Engfisk 

history. 

— McCord, Col. J. H., 1823 Clay St Military 

art aftd science. 

— Smith, Dr. J. Frank, 1027 Missouri St 

Shakespeare. 

— Street, Charles M., 904 W. 24th St Shakes- 

peare. 

St. Louis. Ball, James Moores, M.D., 4500 
Olive St Medical history; Old works w 
Anatomy and Surgery; Medical portroUs. 

— Bates, Charies F., 4335 Westminster PL 

English literature; Umitod ; amd sfoad 
editions. 

— Benus, J. S., Franklin Club. Privets 

presses.. 

— Bixby, W. K., Franklin Club. Oigimal MSS.; 

Autograph letters; First editions; Bart 
books; Private presses. 

— Breckenridge, W. C, 12th and Spmoe Sts. 

Western history {central). 

— Burton, R. M., Franklin Club. PHmM 

presses. 

— Cavender, John Howaxd, 5315 CabanneSt 

Americana; History; Biography; UmM 
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St. Louis. Davis, John T. Rare editions^ Fine 

arts, 

— Gundlach, J. H., Franklin Club. PrivaU 

presses, 

— Harris, Virgil M., 721 Locust St. Wills; 

Last wills and testaments. 

— Hinckley, J. F., Franklin Club. 

— James, Dr. John A. James, 5251 Westminster 

PI. Limited and special editions, 

— Jones, R. McKittrick. Fine arts. 

— Lehmann, F. W. First editions; Washington 

in portraiture; Private presses, 

— Morgner, Oscar A., 4559 Page Ave. Books 

about hook printing, binding, engraving; 
Finely printed and illustrated hooks; 
Incunabula; Curiosa. 

— Morrell, A. L. Shakespeare . 

— Pierce, H. C. Sports; Cruikshank. 

— Reardon, J. A. Private presses. 

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presses. 

— Sherer, S. L. First and rare editions. 

— Snow, Marshall S., Washington University. 

Memoirs (French); French history; French 
literature, 

— Spencer, Dr. H. N., 2725 Washington Ave. 

History; Biography, 

— Swope, Horace M., 4466 Westminster PI. 

Henry James; American and modem English 
authors, first editions. 

— WTielpley, H. M., 2342 Albion PI. Micros- 

copy; Archctology {American). 

— White, J. Lowe, 34 Benton PI. Americana; 

Indians; First editions American authors; 
Illustrated hooks. 

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icana; First American editions. 

— Woodward, Walter B., 309 N. 3d St. Lim- 

ited editions; Fine printing. 

Sedalia. Fuller, Rev. J. B., 618 Broadway. 
Ancient and modern history; Literature and 
religion of the nations of S. and W. Europe; 
Geology; Botany; Ornithology (American). 

Kebraska 

LiNCX)LN. Hall, F. M., 1040 D St. 

— Hardy, William H., 1536 D St. 

— Lowry, H. B., 834 S. loth St. 

Omaha. Baum, David. Travel. 

— Davidson, Dr. William M. Literature. 

— Dictz, C. N. Travel. 

— Graff, E. U. English literature. 

— Kieser, Henry F. Religion, Politics. 

McCaffrey, C. J., 214 Douglas Blk. Eng- 
lish literature; Oratory. 



Nebraska « 

Omaha. Plein, Charles. American Indians. 

— Polcar, Joseph. Literature. 

— Rich, Edson. Literature. 

— Webster, John L. Literature. 

— Wilde, O. J. Rare books. 

— Wootan, James B. History. 

Nevada 

Reno. Heller, A. A., University of Nevada. 
Botany, (esp. Western). 

New Hampshire 

Claremont. Spofford, Charles B., Box 286. 
Historical; Genealogical. 

Concord. Coming, Charles R. American his- 
tory; Civil War. 

— Pecker, J. E., East Concord. New Hamp- 

shire history. 

— Walker, J. B., 276 North Main St. 

Hanover. Page, Curtis H. Dartmouth College. 
American literature, especially poetry; ^Eng- 
lish and French literature from A. D. 1550. 

Little Boars Head. Jaques, Capt. W. H. 
Submarine Warfare; Naval engineering and 
architecture. 

— Rogers, T. P . W., 340 Pearl St. Art (graphic); 

Lithography. 

— O'Dowd, Mrs. Margaret, 703 Pine St. 

Celtic literature. 

— Sturtevant, Charles B., 605 Belmont St. 

Homer. 

Manchester. Currier, Edward H., 488 Man- 
chester St. Civil War; Botany (medical). 

— Dow3t, John, 209 Walnut St. Genealogy 

(New England). 

— Heald, Frank E., 298 Concord St. Civil 

War. Napoleonic literature. 

New Jersey 

Atlantic City. Heston, A. M. Napoleon. 

East Orange. Buddy, Lewis, HI, 35 S. Arling- 
ton Ave. Horace Walpole, and imprints of 
his press at Strawberry Hill; portrait of 
Walpole; Books on printing. 

Elizabeth. Farrington, William Hyatt. Folk- 
lore; Choice editions. 

HoBOKEN. Asmus, Grover E., 40 11 Hudson 
Boulevard, West Hoboken. Andri; Ar^ 
nold; American Revolution; New Jersey. 

— Cook, Eugene B., 76 Henderson St. Chess; 

Skating; Foreign languages (French, Ger- 
man, Dutch); Music (Violin and piano); 
Poland; Russia, 

— Demarest, A. J., 1017 Bloomfield St Amer' 

icon history (early). 

— Dittmar, John, jr., 602 Park Ave. Litera- 

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Hew Jersey 

Jersey City. Buffet, E. P., 804 Bergen Ave. 
Jersey City Heights. Long Island history. 

— Campbell, Archibald. Scotland; New York 

City; Jersey City, 

— Gilman, R. P. French history, 

— Luby, James. French hooks, 

Lakewood. Paton, William Agncw. Orient 
{Egypt and Hittiie, etc), 

Madison. Faulkner, Prof. J. A. Church his- 
tory, 

— Rogers. Prof. R. W. Old Testament and 

Assyrian history, 

— Vandevater, Clarence. Napoleon, 

Merchantville. Jordan, A. W. Modem art; 
Old masters; History of painting; English 
literature, 

MONTCLAiR. AUen, Charles Dexter, 30 Gates Ave. 
Book plates; Belle letlres; Engramng and 
ethcing; Irish history and literature, 

— Jackson, Stuart W., 11 Gates Ave. Civil War. 

— Osbom, Albert S., 215 Midland Ave. Hand- 
writing; Forgery; Facsimiles, 

MORRiSTOWN. Williams, John C, Miller Rd. 
Shakespeare; Early English and Jacobean 
and Cromwellian period. 

Newark. Hoffman, F. L., Prudential In- 
surance Co. Insurance; medicines; Hy- 
giene; Vital statistics; Labor conditions; 
Geography {descriptive and economic), 

— Howell, James E. Shakespeare, 1 

— Poinier, J. Woods. Drama, ^ ^ ^^ 

— Robertson, Samuel E., 21 Walnut St. Early 

printing; special editions, 

— Urquhart, Frank J., 204 Market St. New 

Jersey history, 

NuTLEY. Arnold, William Harris. Associa- 
tion books; Tennyson first editions ; Literary 
autographs. 

Orange. Brentano, Simon, 34 Reynolds Ter- 
race. Fire protection and allied subjects. 

— Hoskier, H. C, Ridgewood Rd. South 

Orange. First editions of Biblical and 
Patristic literature^ principally Greek New 
Testaments^ and editions and photographs 
of N. T. manuscripts {Greek, Latin, Coptic, 
Syriac), 

Paterson. Gourley, William B. First and 
early editions; Incunabula, 

— Nelson, William, 288 Broadway. New Jer- 

sey; Mormonism; Occultism; Bibliography; 
Americana; Anthropology {American); 
Bible. 

— Phin, John. Science; Shakespeare; Burma, 



New Jersey 

Plainfield. Stewart, Judd, 57 Willow Ave., 
North Plaintield. Lincoln, 

Princeton. Briinnon, Dr., Orient {Assyrian 
and S. Arabic), 

— Libbey, William. Geography {periodicals — 

complete series of twenty Journals), 

— Marquand, Allan. Art; Archaological; Gen- 

eral literature, 

— Van Dyke, Henry. Tennyson, Stevenson, 

Lowell first editions; English poetry and 
fiction, 

RosELLE Park. Barber, H. G., 12 Clay Ave. 
Hemiptera, 

Short Hills. De Lanoy, William C, Delwick 
Lane. General French literature first and 
early editions. 

\ South Orange. Wallace, Walter T., 246 
Ridgewood Rd. MSS,; Incunabula; Early 
English; First editions of the great American 
poets, 

Trenton. Briggs, Frank O., 198 W. State St. 
History; Biography; Travel, 

— Stryker, Gen. William S. Americana, 

— Vroom, G. D. W. English and American 

history {iSth century); Autographs. 

Hew York 

Albany. Buchanan, C. J. English Classics 
and drama. 

— Lansing, Mrs. Abraham, Z15 Washington 

Ave. Americana. 

— Manning, James H., 409 State St. Signers 

of Declaration of Independence. 

— Marvin, Rev. Frederic Rowland, 537 Western 

Ave. Extra illustrated books; Old and rare 
books; Autographs. 

— Montignani, J. F. Dante, 

— Munson, Samuel L. Almanacs. 

— Nicholson, J. M., 231 Delaware Ave. En^isk 

literature, 17th century, 

— Thacher, George H., in Washington Ave. 

Benedict Arnold; American RevotuHon; 
American stage, 

— Young, Horace G., 425 State St First 

editions English literature; Fine bindings; 
Presentation books, Illuminated books (prin- 
cipally French), 

Auburn. Case, Willard E., W. Genesee St 

— Hughitt, Frederic E., 62 South St Standard 

author-. Fine bindings; Limited editions, 

— Osborne, Thomas M., South St. 

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BiNGHAMTON. Cuitiss, GcoFgc B. Tariff; Politi- 
cal economy. 

— Ely, Dr. Henry Oliver. First and rare 

editions. 

— Mead, Leon. Napoleon. 

— Putnam. Dr. F. W. Americana. 

Bergen. McPherson, D. J. Civil War. 
Bronxvule. Wells, L. a. Connecticut imprinis, 

Brooklyn. Abcmethy, Julian W., 182 Prospect 
PI. First editions; American authors; 
Thoreau. 

— Braislin, William C, 556 Washington Ave. 

Ornithology. 

— Buck, Jerome, 300 Washington St. Napoleon. 

— Folger, H. C, 80 Quincy St. Shakespeare. 

— Heams, A. L., 899 Sterling PI. Book plates 
{American), 

— Pilcher, Lewis S., M. D., 145 Gates Ave. 

Anatomists and surgeons; History {judicial); 
Biography. 

— Putnam, Judge Harrington, 404 Washington 

Ave. Admiralty law. 

— Royce, William H., 171 Pearl St. Baltac. 

— Seitz, Don C, 310 Stuyvesant Ave. American 

humor; Piracy; Naval; PaulJones. 

— Sherman, John D. jr., 335a Decatur St 

Coleoptera. 

Buffalo. Michael, Edward, Cor. Delaware 
Ave. and Summer St. 

— Rogers, Sherman S., 28 Erie St. Americana. 

— Park, Julian, 510 Delaware Ave. Firs^ 

editions of modern English authors. 

— Severance, Frank H., 150 Jewett Ave. 

Niagara region, 

Craghan. Basselin, Theodore B. Travel. 

Champlain. McLellan, Charles W. Lincoln; 
CivH War. 

Elmira. Steele, Mrs. Esther B. Egypt, 

Far Rockaway. Haber, Louis I. General 
literature; auto, letters and MSS. 

Floral Park. Childs, John Lewis. Botany. 
ISLIP. Smith. Herbert W. Americana. 

Ithaca. Bailey, L. H. Horticulture {American). 

— Corson, Hiram, CascadiUa Cottage. Lit- 

erature; Poetry; Drama. 

— Hart, Prof. J. M. English language; Medie- 

val and early English drama. 

— Hewett, W. T., Cornell Hgts. Early bibles 

Latin, German and English; Goethe. 

— St. John, Mrs. Cynthia Morgan, Cayuga St. 

Woodworth's Library; First and early editions. 



New York 

Jamestown. Appleyard, Joseph, 39 Center St. 
Rare editions. 

— Dow, Charles M., 73 Allen St 

— Fowler, James I., 20 Mechanic St. 

— Marvin, Mrs. Robert N., Main and Fifth Sts. 

Rare editions. 

Kingston. ^Clearwater, Judge A. T., 316 
Albany Ave. Americana; Books relating to 
early American and English silver. 

Menando. Sage, Mrs. Dean. Angling; Charles 
Lamb. 

Mount Vernon. Holden, John A. Sociology; 
New York City; Books about books. 

— Hufeland, Otto, 12 z N. High St Amer- 

icana; New York City; Westchester Co., 

N. Y. 

— Stone, Mrs. William L., 151 Park Ave. 

American Revolution. 

New York City. Andrews, William Loring, z6 
E. 38th St. Manuscripts; Fine and rare 
books and bindings; Books and engravings 
relating to old New York. 

— Angell, George W. J., 235 W. 76th St 

Coleoptera. 

— Armstrong, Wm. D., 19 W. 48th St Cruik^ 

shankiana; First editions of English novdisis* 

— Barnes, John S., 10 E. 79th St Voyages; 

Exploration; Ships; Sapors; Naval and 
maritime affairs; Navigation; Naval archi* 
lecture. 

— Becker, Carl, 137 W. 103d St Americana; 

New York State items. 

— Bishop, Cortlandt F., 15 t 67th Street 

XV III Century French books; First edi^ 
turns; Fine bindings; Books illustrated in 
color; aviation. 

— Blackwell, Henry, 56 University PI. Wales; 

New York City; Book plaUs; Civil War; 
Bibliography; Limited and special editions. 

— Boas, Emil L., 128 W. 74th St Geography; 

Fine printing; Political economy. 

— Bryant, Dr. W. Sohier, 41 E. 33d St Ear; 

Nose; Throat. 

— Callanan, W. J., N. Y. Life Insurance Co. 

Insurance. 

— Cammann, H. H., 165 W. s8th St (M New 

York. 

— Chapin, Alfred C, 192 Broadway. Amer- 

icana. 

— Chew, Beverly, 44 W. 44th St Early English 

literature^ drama and poetry. 

— Cochran, Alex. Smith, 10 E. 4rst St. Incu- 

nabula; Rare early En^ish imprints. 

— Coggeshall, Edwin W., 160 Broadway. Thack- 

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Hew 7ork 

New York City. Colt, Harris D., 30 Broad St. 
New York City, 

— Collier, Robert J., 410 W. 13th St. Standard 

authors^ fine sets, 

— Crane, C. Sidney, 703 W. 178th St. First 

editions modern English and A merican authors 
{esp. Lajcadio Hearn); Ruhaiyatiana. 

— Crane, Warren C, 121 W. 7c th St. Amer- 

icana; Biography; Napoleon; Extra illus- 
trated hooks. 

— Crimmins, John D., 624 Madison Ave. 

Americana; Irish and American history, 
particularly extra illustrated hooks on above 
subjects. 

• 

— Curtin, George, 27 Sutton PI. English lit- 

erature; A mericana . 

— De Puy, H. F., 440 West End Ave., Anier- 

icana. 

— DeVinne, Theodore Low, 300 W. 76th St- 

Old books and specimens of printing; In- 
cunabula , largely Italian. 

— Dick, William B., 18 Ann St. Drama. 

— Douglas, George William, 5 E. 88th St. 

Americana; Theology; Crolier publications. 

— Dowling, Hon. Victor J., 17 W. 82d St. 

Americana; New York City and Slate; 
Catholic Church in U. S. 

— Eberstadt, Edward W., 822 Hewitt PI., The 

Bronx. Mexico; Central America; South 
America; Indians; Early Western travels; 
California; Archceology. 

— Fdeky, Charles, 508 W. 114th St. Hungary. 

— Fitch, Winchester, 300 W. 8ist St. Amer- 
ican, Art ; Mausic and Belles lettres. 

— Gaige, Roscoe, 99 Claremont Ave. Bibliog- 

raphy, Printing; Privately printed books. 

— Gallatin, Albert Eugene, Union Club. Mod- 

ern art; Whistler. 

— Gaimt, James, 24 W. 50th St. Fine bindings; 

First editions; Grolier Club and Doves Press 
publications. 

— Gilliss, Walter, 434 Madison Ave. Grolier 

Club publications; Limited editions. 

— Goelet, Robert, jr., 9 W. 17th St. Old New 

York City prints. 

— Goldsmith, Abraham, 50 W. 75th St. First 

editions of early English poetry; Bibliography 
and Bibliography of Books; Privately 
printed books. 

— Goldsmith, S. A., 11 Broadway. Extra 

illustrated books; Grolier publications, 

— Goodrich, Geo. S., 5 Nassau St. Leigh Hunt; 

American authors' first editions. 

— Guernsey, Rocellus S., 171 1 Bathgate Ave. 

American biography; Political pamphlets; 
American history and literature. 



New York 

New York City. Halsey, F. R., 22 
Fine bindings; igth Century fir 
Americana; Early English books. 

— Havemej-er, W^illiam F. 10 E. 

Wa sh ington iana. 

— Hawkins, Col. Rush C, 21 W 

Civil War. 

— Heinigkc, O., 24 E. X3th St. St 

— Herbermann, Prof. Charles G., 3^ 

Ave. 

— Herzog, Alexander, zii Nassai 

English literature; Choice bcok 

— Herzog, Paul M., 41 W. 68th St 

Making of books; Ballads^ (Fren 
German). 

— Hoffman, Samuel V., 258 Broadi 

astronomical books, 

— Howard, Arthur P., 264 Fifth Ave. 

— Hudnut, Alexander M., 15 E. 48th 

Club publications; Kelmscot Pn 
tions; Aldine Press publicati^ 
Press publications; Elzevir Pn 
tions; First editions Dickens, 
Hawthorne, Longfellow, Emerso, 
Holmes, Lowell; Fine moden 
New England primers; Ameri 

— Hunter, F. W., 127 E. 31st St 

— Huntington, Archer M., 1083 

Spanish and Spanish Americai 

— Huntington, H. E.., 25 Broad St. - 

Rare first editions; Americana. 

— Ingraham, Phoenix, 80 Irving PI. 

— Jaccad, August F., 7 W. 43< 

Illustrated books, 

— Jaffray, Robert, 58 W. 46th St. 

York; Grolier Club; Hebrides; A, 
Grail legends, 

— Joline, Adrian H., i W. 72d St. 

trated books; Association books; . 
General English and Americat 

— Kennedy, E. G., 20 Gramercy Pk 

iana; Grolier publicaHons. 

— Kent, H. W., 80 Washington 

about books. 

— Kingsley, Darwin P., West 2541! 

Vermont history; First editums. 
iana; Dickensiana, 

— Kuhn, Arthur K., 42 Broadwa; 

tiortal law; Comparative jurispt 

— Kunz, George F., 401 Fifth Av< 

stones; Pearl; Meteorite; Radiu 

— Laidlaw, Alexander H., jr., 58 

Drama. 

— Leng, Charles W., 33 Murray St 

— Lesser, M. A., 302 Broadway, i 

— Lodge, Prof. G., 500 W. 121st S 



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New York. 

New York City. Loewy, Bexmo, 206 and 208 
Broadway. Trials; Drama and stage; Dances 
of Death; Emblems; Freemasonry; Consti- 
tutional and international laws. 

— Loewi, Joseph, 30 Broad St. Special presses. 

— Love, Dr. E. G., 80 E. 55th St. Hymenopteras, 

— Marior, Henry S., 18 E. 78th St. First 

editions of old authors. 

— Martini, Joseph, 5 16 W. 162 d St. Incunabula; 

Biiliograpky; Early editions of Italian 
writers of the 13/A to 17th centuries; Dante; 
Petrarch; Bocaccio. 

— Masson, Thomas L., 17 W. 31st St Humorous, 

— Matthews, Brander, 681 West End Ave* 

Drama (esp. Molihre and R. B. Sheridan)* 

— Moller, C. G., jr., 54 E. 55th St. Americana; 

New York City items. 

— Morgan, J. Pierpont, 33 E. 36th St. In- 

cundbula; Literary and historical MSS.; 
Illuminated MSS. 

— Moyer, M. S., 149 Broadway. Accountancy. 

— Munn, Charles Allen, 62 E. 65th St. Amer- 

icana (esp. period of Revolution). 

— Norton, Eliot, 690 Park Ave. Americana. 

— Peters Samuel T., i Broadway. Sporting. 

— Plimpton, George A., 70 Fifth Ave. Educa- 

tional text-books on all subjects^ illustrating 
growth of education; Mathematics. 

— Pool, Frank J. "The Players." Drama 

(first editions); Theatrical playbills and 
prints. 

— Powell, William R., 542 Fifth Ave. French 

Revolution; Napoleon; Paris; Grolier publi- 
cations. 

— Prcvost, Se\'ero Mallet, 31 Broad St. Spanish 

law. 

— Quinn, John, 31 Nassau St. Swinburne ^ books 

and MSS. 

— Reamer, J. Jl., 883 7th Ave. Dickens ; 

Thackeray; Cruikshank; Browne; Leach; 
Rare books; Civil War. 

— Roorbach, Harold, Box 883. Drama. 

— Sachs, Paul J., 60 Wall St. Books on engrav- 

ing, etching, etc. {all kinds of " Prints *'); 
Old wood cut books; particularly 16th 
century. 

— Samson, W. H., 454 Riverside Dr. Northern 

New York (particularly Lake George region); 
New York City. 

— Schnitzer, William, 30 Broad St. Limited 

editions; Extra illustraied books; Drama; 
CicU War. 

— Seligman, Edwin R. A., 324 W. 86th St. 

Political economy. Literature (16th and 17th 
century). 



New York 

New York City. Smith, Edwin Hadley, 17 
Charles St. Amateur books and journals. 

— Stevens, Dr. Oeorg;e T.. 350 W. 88th St. 

French an I English literature; Botany. 

— Stokes, J. N. Phelps, 100 William St. Amer- 

icana, especially 16th and 17th century maps 
of N. E. coast; Plans and views of im-, 
portant cities prior to 1S12. 

— Sturges, Henry C, 116 E. 36th St. Early 

American poetry; Books of early American 
presses; First editoins of English authors; 
French literature and history, especially 
extra illustrated books on. 

— Taylor, Douglas, 333 W. 22d St. Extra 

illustrated books; Drama; Plays. 

— Tenney, Dr. Dudley, 44 W. 52d St. Drama; 

First editions; Extra illustrated books; Orig- 
inal drawings; Dickens; Thackeray. 

— Tenney, V. L., 23 Pearl St Americana. 

— Tieman, Bernard J., 375 W. 46th St. Symbols 

of the U. S., vis: Seals; Flags; Floral 
Emblems; Origin, meaning and derivation 
of State names; State Mottoes and State 
nicknames. 

— Tompkins, Hamilton B., 229 Broadway. 

Americana; Rhode Island; Jefferson; Burr. 

— Trent, William P., 279 W. 71st St. Defoe; 

English pamphlets 1 690-1 730. 

— Vail, Henry H., 322 W. 75th St. New Eng- 

land (local histories); Vermont. 

— Valentine, P. A., 8 E. 69th St. First and early 

editions; Manuscripts; Extra illustrated books. 

— Van Duzer, Henry S., 31 Nassau St. Thack' 

erayana. 

— Vinton, Stallo, 60 Wall St. Americana 

(early West). 

— Wagar, Mortimer H., Produce Exchange. 

Drama. 

— Wagstaff, David, Care of Fairbanks Co., La- 

fayette and Broome Sts. Angling. 

— Wakeman, S. H., 68 W. 52d St. First 

editions of American authors. 

— Wallace, Walter T., 5 Nassau St. First 

editions of Poe and other American authors, 

— Washington, William Lanier, 1700 Broadway. 

Poe. 

— Wendell, Evert Jansen, 8 E. 38th St. Old t 

New York; Drama. ^ 

— White, Allen C, 51 E. 57th St. Chess. 

— White, W. A., 5 Nassau St. Elizabethan 

literature. 

— Wilson, Francis, 24 Gramercy Park. English 

literature; Shakespeare; Drama. 

— Wodell, Silas, 41 Park Row. Americana; 

Hudson River; Dutchess County; Political 
and Constitutional history; Trees; Forestry; 
Early maps and prints. 



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few York 

Niagara Falls. Gobeille, Joseph L^n, 1007 
Niagara Ave. Art folios; Association books; 
Austin Dobson. 

OssiNiNG. Nally, Edward I., " The Trees," Tele- 
graph and submarine cable; S. F,B. Morse. 

Port Washington. Wright, W. D. Indians; 
Western items, 

Rochester. Venor, Edmund; Care of Venor 
Shoe Co. Curiosa. 

Saranac Lake. Duiyee, George V. W., 143 Park 
Ave. First editions of American authors. 

Schenectady. Hanson, Willis T., 20 Union 
Ave. Schenectady; Lower Mohawk Valley, 

— McDonald, Dr. George. Medicine; Civil War. 

— Smitlev, Joseph W., National Union Bank 

Bldg! CivUWar. 

— Van Patten, Nathan, no 5 Union St. Her- 

aldry; Social evU; Medicine, 

— Washington, Miss, S. Church St. Belles 

lettres; History; Travel. 

Syracuse. Hyde, Salem. Emerson (incl. first 
and early editions, association books; pam- 
phletSf autograph letters, scrap books, etc.); 
Incunabula; English literature {incl. associa- 
tion books); Special presses; Cardinal New- 
man; Oxford movement; Grolier Club pub- 
lications; Bibliophile Society publications, 

Tarrytown. Coutant, Dr. R. B. Washington 
Irving; Major A ndri, 

Trudeau. Brown, Lawrason, M. D. Adiron- 
dack Mts.; Oliver Wendell Holmes; Robert 
Louis Stevenson; Tuberculosis. 

Tuckahoe. Murtha, T. F. Angling. 

Waverly. Albertson, Charles E., 403 Chemung 
St. American history; Genealogies; Science; 
Art. 

White Plains. Reynal, N. C. American Rei/- 
olution. 

YoNKERS. Stauffer, D. Mc.N. Engravings; 
Privately illustrated books on historical subjects, 

Iforth Carolina 

Asheville. Minor, Dr. Charles. 

— Mitchell, Charles A., Asheville School. General 

literature, 

— Sondley, Foster A. North Carolina history. 

— Tighe, R. J. 

Chapel Hill. Battle, Dr. Kemp B. North 
Carolina history. 

— Walker, Prof. N. W. North Carolina. 



north Carolina 

Henderson. Pittman, Thomas 1 
Carolina history. 

Raleigh. Cheshire, Rt. Rev. Josepl 
Carolina history, 

— Clark, Chief Justice Walter, Histc 

Literature, 

— Grimes, Col. J. Bryan. Norti 

history, 

— Haywood, Marshall De L. Nor 

history. 

Trinity, Randolph Co. Weeks, I 
B. North Carolina, 

north Dakota. 
Fargo, Amidon, Judge Charles F. 

— Lbk, Judge. 

— Stockwell. W. L., Masonic, 

University. McVey, Frank Le R 
nomics, 

Ohio 

Burton. Qeveland, W. B. Audubo 
Cincinnati. Dawes, Col. E. C. 

— Howard, Jerome B., 222 W. 4th S 

raphy, 

— O'Connor, James, Nevada Bldg 

Biography (esp. Medieval ai 
European); Folk lore; Travel. 

— Thayer, Gordon W., 304 Oak St., I 

Archeology and Oriental Art. 
Cleveland. Baer, Frank House, Ro 
French Revolution; Valentines (t 

— Bourland, Benj. P., Z1500 Eudid 

Spanish lilerature and history. 

— Doeltz, Clara Louise, 13020 E 

Cookery. 

— Feiss, Paul L., 632 St. Clair A 

Literature; English Chronicles 

— Fenton, A. W., jr., Rowfant Club. 

Hamilton. 

— Gardner, G. H., 2039 E. jtst 

affairs; Yachting; Capt, Marryt 
Reade; PrifUing; Americana, 

— Gregg, Frank M., 1898 E. 89th I 

ican Revolution, 

— Haskins, George G., 846 E. 146th 

Scott; Gun, rod, water and camp, 

— Havens, Munson, 23 Rosalind 

and early editions, (especially t 
Hawthorne, Kipling and Steven. 

— Hilliard, F. A., 2083 E. 40th S 

literature, drama and poetry. 



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Oluo 



Cleveland. Horr, Norton T., 1513 William- 
son Bldg. Whist. 

— Johnson, Thomas Lynn, Williamson Bldg. 

Travel {United States); Exploration {United 
States); Etching and engraving. 

— Kclley, Hermon A., Overlook Road. Belles 
lettres {English and American); History; 
Biography; Art; Philosophy; Folk Lore; 
German literature. 

— Knox, Wilm.y Rockefeller Bldg. Rare iUus- 

trated hooks; American and Scotch history. 

— Lemperly, Paul, 4614 Franklin Ave. First 

and rare editions. 

— Lowman, John Henry, 1807 Prospect Ave. 

— Mcintosh, H. P., Euclid Ave. Association 

books. 

— McNairy, Amos B., 3333 Euclid Ave. History, 

— Masten, Frank S., 1669 E. Sad St. Biography; 

Reference ; General literature, 

— Mathews, William O., Williamson Bldg. 

George Cruikshank; Etchings. 

— Miller, Elizabeth C. T., 3738 Eculid Ave. 

Limited editions; Book plates; American 
Indians, 

— Ney, Robert W., 1818 E. 82d St. Dickens. 

— Norton, D. E., 7301 Euclid Ave. Napoleon. 

— Orr, Charles, 1780 E. 89th St. Table Talk; 

Dickens {first editions). 

— Palmer, William P., Overlook Road. Civil 

War. 

— Severance, Allen, 8821 Euclid Ave. Middle 

Ages {manners; customs; beliefs); Occultism. 

— Shackleton, Charles, 10308 Wilbur Ave. 

Art; Painters and their work; Book dub 
publications. 

— Sheadle, F. H., Euclid Hgts. American 

Indians; Sociology ; Old prints, 

— Sherwin, H. A., 60 1 Canal Rd. N. W. Angling 

literature; incl. fish, fishing and Waltoniana. 

— Van Zandt, E. F., 8005 Whitehom Ave. N. E., 

Economics; Sociology; History; Travd, 

— Vickery, WUlb, 1640 E. 84th St. Shakes- 

peare; Drama {early English); Pre- 
Raphaelite Brotherhood; Oscar Wilde; Dante 
Gabriel Rossetti. 

— Walton, J. W., 3112 Euclid Ave. Charities 

{American and European); Early French 
travels {esp. American). 

— Wason, Charles W., 9209 Euclid Ave.,Rowfant 

publications; China and the Chinese. 

— White, John G., 14 16 Williamson Bldg. 

Chess, Checkers. 



Ohio 



Clen'eland. Wilson, Thomas H., 1918 E. 
St. Americana; English literature. 

— Wood, John S., 4923 Pepper Ave. B 

illustrated by the Bewicks; First edit 
especially out of door subjects. 

Columbus. Albery, F. F. D. Omar Khay 

— Lyman, C. H., 251 Parsons Ave. Lino. 

— Randall, E. O., State House. Amerii 

— Ryan, Daniel J., 297 Woodland Ave. C 

ana; incl. collection of Civil War liieratu 
Ohio. 

Elyria. Gates, W. N., 2 18 East Ave. Old 
rare books. 

— Sharp, W. G., 30 Washington Ave. As 

omy; Art. 

HiLLSBORO. Pavey, Henry A. Psychology; 
tronomy; Geology; History. 

— Scott, S. P. Spanish History and Litera 

General History; Belles Lettres. 

Mansfield. Bonar, L. J. 

-Barter, Mrs. M. D., Biography; Tt 
English novelists. 

— McBride, C. E., Park Ave. West His 

— Weaver, H. M. 

Marietta. Stimson, R. M. Americana. 

Oak Harbor. Kilmer, F. A. First and 
editions. 

Oberlin. Leonard, F. E. Gymnastics 
physical training. 

— Root, Azariah S. Printing. 

— Sherman, Philip D. First and early edit 

Printing; Engraving. 

— Swing, A. T. Church history. 

— Wright, G. Frederick. Geology {glat 

Russia; Siberia. 

Sandusky. Haynes, Dr. J. T., Sailors 
Soldiers Home. 

— Marcuson, I. E., E. Adams St. 

Shelby. Skiles, Roscoe. 

Toledo. Locke, Robinson, 1305 Jefferson 
Drama; Fine arts; Shakespeare. 

— Slocum, Charles Elihu, 218 13th St. i 

War {United States); English history {ec 

Urban A. James, John H. Americana {Ce 
west and Ohio); Politics {pamph 
Newspapers {early). 

Youngstown. Butler, Jos. G., P.O. Box 

Indians {American); History {Wesk 
Travel. 

Zanesville. Burgess, Levi J., 433 Adair 

— Irvine, James T., 216 S. 7th St. His 

Biography. 

— Jennings. T. G., 252 Mclntire Ave. 

— Luby, W. F., 778 Market St. 



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AMERICAN LIBRARY ANNUAL 



(MahomB. 

Oklahoma City. Shartel, John W., 12 ii W. 
icth St. Old English bookSf esp. history^ 
i6thy lyth and i8ih centuries. 

Oregon 

Eugene. Cloran, T. Romance languages. 

— Eaton, Allen H. Art. 

Portland. Fenton, W. D., no E. i6th St. 
Oregon. 

— Holman, Frederick V., 500 Taylor St. Ore^ 

gon. Pacific coast (northwest). 

— Moore, Frank, jr., 52c E. nth St. History. 

— Newman, George O., 32 W. Second St. 

Americana. 

Pennsylvania 

Altoona. Gable, William F. First editions 0/ 
English and American authors; Original 
MSS.; Bayard Taylor. 

Ardmore. West, William. Bibliography; 
Whistler f Samuel Beardsley; Mark Twain, 

Bellefonte. Beaver, Gen. James A. Civil 
War. 

Berwyn. Newton, .\. p:dward, " Oak Knoll." 
18//1 century English and early igth century 
English books. 

— Shaw, Graham, Leopard Rd. Ships; Sail- 

ing; Whaling; Pirates; Incunabula; Spec- 
imens of early presses. 

Bryn Mawr. De Huan, Fonger, Br>'n Mawr 
College. Spanish literature. 

— Jessen, Karl D., Brjn Mawr College. German 

literature. 

— Norris, Isaac, M. D. Shakespeare; English 

classics; French classics. 

Germantown. Lambert, William H., West 
Johnson St. Civil War; Lincoln; Thack- 
eray; including autograph letters and man- 
uscripts. 

— Wright, Joseph, *'Windrush," School-House 

Lane. Illustrated works on art, practical^ 
historical and biographical; Early Bibles 
printed in America {in English and German); 
Early Latin Bibles (MS. and printed); Extra 
illustrated books; American engravers. 

Lancaster. Hensel, Hon. W. W. Penn- 
sylvania. 

MoYLAN. Shaw, Graham. Incunabula; Speci- 
mens from the early presses; Books printed 
prior to 1600. 

Oakmont. Arensberg, C. C. Manuscripts; 
History; Biography; Reference works. 

Pennyp acker Mills. Penny packer. Hon. S. W. 
History; Sckwenkjelder literature; Local 
history; Mennonite. 



Pennsylvania 

Philadelphia. Abbot, C. Yarnall, 
stone." Modern art, lUercUure c 

— Barnwell, James G., 21x0 Green 

raphy; Ireland; Philadelphia 

— Bement, Clarence S., 1804 Spring 

Americana. 

— Boyle, E. M., 1534 Diamond 

Black letter English books. 

— Buckenham, J. E. B., M.D., Ch< 

General and natural science; 
' General and local history; Nori 
Indians; Early American imi 
vakly printed books; Heraldry and 

— Butler, Robert C, 130 S. 22d S 

— Campbell, Dr. W. J., 413 School ] 

Germantown. Thomas Jefersofi 
history; First editions Amerio 
Newsam lithographs. 

— Carson, Hampton L., 1033 Spruce 

icana; History; Law. 

— Closson, Dr. Jas. Harwood, 53 W 

Ave., Germantown. EarlyDutcl 

— Dallam D. E., 514 Walnut St. Gi 

— Dickson, Frederick S., 313 S. 

Thackeray; Fielding. 

— Drexel, Mrs. Joesph W. Art. 

— Earp, Francis H., 181 7 Mt. Vemou 

liography; Civil War; Erotica. 

— Edwards, Howard, 2026 Mt. V< 

Bibles (early American); Book 
prayer (early American); Ameri 
(loyalist). 

— Fox, J. M., 221 S. sth St. 

Autographs. 

— Hart, Charles Henry, 4717 Ch 

Art; History of art; Portraiture, 

— Hcssenbruch, H. 8 N. 5th Si 

proi'inces; Netherlands. 

— HoUoway, Edw. Stratton, 250 S 

English editions of English Belle leti 
and poetry. 

— Houston, Edwin J., 4619 Ch< 

Electricity; Magnetism; Physics 
teat); Lexicography. 

— Howell, Edward I., 5218 Gennai 

English literature; Books illustrat 
Literary curiosa. 

— Jenkins, Charles F., 150 W. Washii 

Germantown. Whistler first editi 
histories relating to Germantown. 

— Johnson, Edward Hines, 2211 1 

Books illustrated by wood engravin 
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Pennsylvania 

Philadelphia. Jordan, John Woolf, 806 N. 
41st St. Americana; MSS, relating to the 
Moravians in Pennsylvania, 

— Lambert, Wm. H., W. Johnson St., German- 

town. Lincolniana; Thackerayana, 

— Latta, William J. Napoleon^ French Revolu- 

tityn; Civil War. 

— Leidy, Dr. Joseph, 1319 Locust St. Biological; 

Genealogical; Scientific; Medical. 

— Lewis David, 26 So. 22d St. Duels, 

— Lewis, John Frederick, 19 14 Spruce St* 

Admiralty law; Engraving and etching; 
Medieval manuscripts^ Incunabula; History, 

— Marshall, Frank E., 6834 Wayne . Ave. 

Association hooks; Americana; Ex libris; 
Bookplates (American), 

— Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the 

United States, Penn. Commandery. United 
States Navy. 

— Nicholson, John P., 11 24 N. 41st St. Civil 

War; Military history, 

— Norris, Geo. W., M.D., 1530 Locust St. 

Mcdicalf circulation and respiration; English 
classics, 

— Norris, J. Parker, 2122 Pine St. Shakespeare; 
Music, 

— Reinick, William R., Free Library of Phila- 

delphia, 17th and Spring Garden Sts. 
Books damaged by insects and other small 
forms of life, 

— Rothermel, John G., 17th and Montgomery 

Ave. Natural sciences, 

— Sachse, Dr. Julius F., Masonic Temple. 

Germans in Pennsylvania, 

— Schober, Frederick, 478 N. Fifth St. Civil 

War, 

— Spitzka, Edward Anthony, Jefferson Medical 

College. Anatomy; Morphology; Embry* 
ology; Natural sciences, 

— Stevenson, W. C. Medieval Art. 

— Sultzberger, Hon. Mayer, 1303 Gerard Ave 

— Troth, Samuel, 401 Chestout St. Civil War, 

— Warrington, James, Lock Box, 17. Psqlmody. 

— Widener, Harry Elkins. Land Title Bldg. 

Pittsburg. Barber, Theodore M. Rare edi- 
tions; Extra illustrated books, 

— Boyd, Charles N., Nixon Bldg. Music, (esp, 

Hymnology), 

— Darlington, Mrs. William M., Box 317. 

Drama; Ohio {early history), 

-^ Dinkey, Alva C. Rare and fine editions, 

— Ferguson, John S. Drama. 



Pennsylvania 

Pittsburg. Hartman, Galen C, Farmers Bank 
Bldg. Classical and scientific literature; 
Memoirs; Poetry; Folk Lore, 

— Macbeth, Geo. A., 717 Amberson Ave. 

Glass; Fine arts and history, 

— Magee, James M. History; Memoirs, 

— Martin, Dr. W. J., Centre Ave. and Graham 

St. CivU War, 

— Price, Thos. D., 304 Oliver Bldg. Fine print- 

ing; Printing art ; Limited editions, 

— Wilkins, William G., Westinghouse Bldg. 

Dickens; Thackeray. 

— Wolff, Clarence M. 

Sewickley. Nevin, Robert P. Civil War. 

ScRANTON. Welsh, Charles, International Cor- 
respondence School. Children's hooks. 

SwARTHMORE. Wilson, Stanley K. Carline 
first editions; Leech; Cruikshankiana; Row- 
landson. 

Walling FORD. Furness, H. H. Shakespeare, 

Westchester. Green, Jesse C, 109 W. Gay 
St. History; Biography; Science; Litera- 
ture. 

— Philips, S. M., State Normal School. Asso- 

ciation books, 

Wilkes-Barre. Hayden, Rev. H. E. Ameri' 
cana, 

York. Betz, Dr. J. H., Cor. King and Pine Sts. 
Poe. 

— Frick, C. C, ICO W. Springetsbury Ave. 

Early American poetry, 

— Walters, C. E., 109 S. Beaver St. Early 

American poetry, 

Rhode Island 

Newport. Fearing, D. Butler. Angling and 
fishing; Fisheries; Fish culture; Ichthyology; 
Whales and whaling, 

— King, George Gordon, Bowery St. 

— Sherman, William Watts, Shepard Ave. 

American and general history, 

— Tompkins, Hamilton B., Redwood St. A mer- 

icana; Bibliography; Literature; History. 

Providence. Angell, Walter F., Brown St. 
Rhode Island. 

— Arnold, Fred A., City Hall. Rhode Island 

history. 

m 

— Arnold, James N., 10 Foster St. Genealogy, 

— Callender, Walter. First and early editions 

(American). 



AMERICAN LIBRARY ANNUAL 



Rhode Island 

Providence. Harris, William T. (Estate of), 
535 Broadway. Pedagogy^ Philosophy. 

— Hubbard, Charles A., Custom House, En- 

graving {XIX Century). 

— Kimball, Walter H., Olneyville, 

— Mcnro, W. H., Brown University. European 

history. 

— Perr>*, Marsden J., Power St. Shakespeare. 

— Rathom, John R., Providence Journal. 

Dickens. 

— Shepley, George L., Benefit St. Rhode Island. 

— Winship, George P., Brown University. 

Printing. 

South Carolina 
Charleston. Ficken, John F. Americana. 

— Kirk, H. B. South Carolina, 

— Ravenel, Daniel. Americana; South Carolina. 

— Smith, Henry A. M. South Carolina. 

— Willis, Theodore H., 72 Tradd St. South 

Carolina; Science {pamphlets); History 
(pamphlets). 

Columbia. Abney, B. L. Americana. 

— Salley, A. S., jr. South Carolina. 

Greenville. McCollough, Joseph A. Art 
( hiblio graph ies) . 

James 1st and, Charleston Co. Henson, W. 
G. South Carolina history; Confederate 
history; Federal history. 

South DakoU 

Pierre. Deland, Charles E. Americana; North- 
west; Indians; Political history. 

— Freeman, Harry C. 

Sioux Falls. Bailey, Charles O., Bailey- 
Glidden Bldg. History; Periodicals; Early 
English and A merican literature. 

Yankton. Lusk, Willard C. First editions; 
History; Sociology. 

— Tripp, Bartlett. 

Tennessee 
Chattanooga. Bachman, J. W., D.D. Travel, 

— Labar, Alex. C, care Chat. Car and Foundry 

Co. Indians; Early West; Tennessee; 
Southern history, 

— Spurlock, Frank. General literature; Popular 

science; New discoveries, 

Johnson City. Williams, Samuel C. Tenn- 
essee history C7id hicgrapiiy: Anti-slavery. 



Tennessee 

Knoxville. Gates, Gen. Charles T. 

— McClung, C. M. Southern history, travel 

and genealogies. 

— Mellen, George F. New England in the 

South; Southern newspaper press. 

— Montcastle, R. E. L. 

— Sanford, Judge Edward T. 

Memphis. Fitzhugh, G. T. 

Nashville. Berry, Deneese. 

— Bradford, J. C. Law; Literature. 

— Brown, John C. Bibles; Religious works; 

Reference volumes, 

— Granbery, W. L. 

— Hunter, Paul, 13 Arcade. Tennessee history^ 

biography and laws; Southern history and 
biography; American Revolution. 

— Stokes, H. S. 

— Stokes, Walter. 

— Thniston, Gen. Gates P. Indian antiquities, 

— Tolman, H. C. Persia. 

— Vertrees, Col. J. J. 

Texas 

Austin. Benedict, H. Y. Natural Science. 

— Griffith, R. H. Early English literature. 

I 

— Winkler, E. W. Texas history. 

Cameron. Shettles, E. L. Texas history; South- 
ern people prior to the War, 

Dallas. Starke, Homan, Box 45. Drama. 

El Paso. Buiges, Richard F. Texana. 

Galveston. Brown, Charles R., 240 z Ave. K. 

— Cohen, Rabbi Henry, 1920 Broadway. Orient 

talia; Judaica; FMlore, 

— Howes, Silas O., 2102 Ave. M. Poetry; 

Essays; Russian and French Fiction; 
Australian literature and history. 

Houston. Wharton, Clarence R. Texas 
history. 

New Braunfels. PfeufiFer, S. V. Texas {Ger- 
man books). 

Temple. Dienst, Dr. Alexander. Texas his- 
tory. 

Waco. Boynton, Charles W. Texas. 

Utah 

Ogden. Maguire, Don. Geology; Americana, 

Salt Lake City. Forrester, Mrs. Robert. 

Robert f^urns; Geol gy. 



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Utah 

Salt Lake City. Hogle, James. Geology. 

— Peirce, E. H. Mormons and mormonism, 

— Wallace, William R. Mormonism, 

— Shepard Book Co. Mormonism, 

Vermont 

Barton. Baldwin, Frederick W. Vermont; 
New Hampshire, 

Burlington. Bassett, Samuel £. Classics. 

— Thomas, Evan. Mathematics. 

Lyndonville. Vail, Theo. N. Americana; 
Early American humor; Extended editions; 
Incunabula and early editions. 

Manchester. Wilbur, James B. Rare books; 
First editions of standard authors. 

MoNTPELiER. Cutter, H. M., 17 Baldwin St 
Scott; Old and rare books. 

— De Boer, Joseph A. Generalliterature; Science, 

— Howland, F. A. 

Rutland, Bailey, Horace W. Vermont. 

St. Johnsbury. Brooks, Frank H. 

— Cross, Harry M. 

— Dunnett, Alexander. 

— Fairbanks, Joseph. 

St. Johnsbury. Fletcher, Mrs. Truman C. 

Woodstock. Billings, Fnuiklin S. Hunting; 
Fishing, 

— Billings, Mrs. Julia. 

— Mackenzie, F. S. 

— VTilliams, Prof. E. H., Jr. 

Viiginia. 

Charlottesville. Smith, Dr. C. Alphonso. 
University of Virginia. Poe. 

Harrisonburg. Roller, Gen. John £. Ciml 
War, Confederate sidi; Virginia imprints; 
German-American imprints, 

Norfolk. Hughes, Robert M. Virginia, 
Americana; French militarism; First and 
early editions, 

— Nusbaum, M. G., Box 376. Virginia. 

Richmond. Brock, R. A., 517 W. Marshall St. 
Biography; Genealogy; Philosophy; Sci- 
ence. 

— Bryan, John Stewart Virginia, 

— Dunlop, Mrs. John. 

— McCabe, William Gordon, 405 E. Cary St. 

Virginia; Association books, 

— Pattes on, S. S. P. Vtrgtnta. 

— Whitty, J. H., 1400 Broad Rd. Virginia; 

Poe, 



Virginia 

WiLLiAifSBURG. Coleman, George Preston. 
Americana; Early Virginia; English litera- 
ture iSth century, ' 

Washington. 

Everett. Wight, Edward B. Shakers, 

Lincoln, 

QuiLCENE. McArdle, L. D. Pacific North- 
west history, 

Seattle. Bag^ey, Clarence B., 900 2d Ave. 
Pacific coast (northwest); Marcus Whitman. 

— Bissett, Clark P. Lincoln. 

— Curtis, Edward S. Curtis Studio. Indians of 

the Pacific northwest. 

— Hill, Samuel, 8x4 E. Highland Drive. 

— Meany, Edmond S. Pacific Coast (northwest) , 

— Prosch, Thomas W., 621 9th Ave. Pacific 

Northwest history; Puget Sound, 

— Soliday, G. W., 4700 19th St N. E. Amer- 

icana, 

— Trumble, Mrs. W. P. Pacific coast (and 

northwest), 

Tacoica. McCormick, R. L., 412 N. Yakims 
Ave. Northwest history, 

ViKLLA Walla. Elliott, T. C. Pacific coast 
(northwest); Hudson^ s Bay Co, 

West Virginia. 

MoRGANTOWN. Callahan, Prof. J. M. Local 
history, 

— Cox, Prof. J. H. Children's books, 

— Purinton, Dr. D. B. Philosophy; Ethics. 

— White, Dr. I. C. Geology, 

Wisconsin. 

Appleton. Corkhill, Miss Emma Kate, Law- 
rence College. Literature, 

— Farley, T. H., Lawrence College. Philosophy; 

Psychology. 

— Harper, William, Lawrence College. Music. 

— Plantz, Samuel, Lawrence College. Theology; 

Philosophy. 

— Reeve, James S., Lawrence College. 

Medicine. 

— Ritchie, G. A., Lawrence College. Medicine. 

— Rosebush, J . G., Lawrence College. Sociology. 

— Treat, C. W., Lawrence College. Natural 

science. 

— Trevcr, A. A., Lawrence College. Greek; 

Theology, 



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Wisconsin 

Appleton. Wright, Ellsworth D., Lawrence 
College. Latin. 

— Yontz, L. A., Lawrence College. Natural 

science, 

Dei.afifxd, Gamer, John Leslie. Economics; 
Italian History; Drama; Philology. 

Green Bay. Greene, George T. 

— Martin, Sarah G. Wisconsin history. 

— Ricklin, Rev. L. A. 

— Tayler, J. H. 

— Urville, Arthur C. 

— Wigman, J. H. M. Classics; History; General 

literature. 



Wisconsin 

Madison. Anderson, Rasmus B. So 
Icelandic, Norwegian^ Swedish at 
books. 

Milwaukee. Boseck, Carl, 699 
Drama. 

— Kempster, Walter, 426 Jackson 

War; Early printed books, illusi 
growth of printing and engraz*if 
prints by the masters. 

— Mitchell, ' Mrs. John L. " Meac 

Art, History; French literature: 
literature. 

Nora. Teisberg, Lander. Civil War. 

OsHKOSH. Barber, Charles. LiterUt 

— Jenkins, J. H., 80 Washington Si 

scores; Fishing, 

— Sawyer Edgar P. 



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DIRECTORY OF PUBLISHERS 

ING, WITH A FEW EXCEPTIONS, THE NUMBER OF NEW BOOKS ISSUED BY 
THEM DURING 1911 AND RECORDED IN THE PUBLISHERS' WEEKLY'S 

"REFERENCE LIST OF NEW PUBLICATIONS'' 



Abbatt, William 410 E. $26 St., New York. 

Abbey Co Hinsdale, Chicago. 

Aberdeen Publishing Co *. Masonic Hall, New York. 

Academy of Political Science 23 W. 44th St., New York. 

Adams, William Frederick Springfield, Mass. 

Advanced Thought Publishing Co Masonic Temple, Chicago. 

Alexander Hamilton Institute 13 Astor PL, New York. 

AUaben, Frank, Genealogical Co 3 W. 42d St., New York. 

Allen, Lane & Scott 1211-1213 Clover St., Philadelphia. 

Allyn & Bacon 172 Tremont St., Boston . 

Altemus, Henry, Co 507-513 Cherry St., Philadelphia. 

Amateur Sportsman Co 20 E. 42d St., New York. 

American Aberdeen-Angus Breeders' Association 817 Exchange Ave., Chicago. 

American Academy of Political and Sodal Science Station B, Philadelphia. 

American Art Association 6 E. 23d St., New York. 

American Artisan 355 Dearborn St., Chicago. 

American Association for International Conciliation, 

Sub-Station 84, 501 W. ii6th St., New York. 
American Baptist Publication Society (See also GriflSth & Rowland Press), 

1 701-1703 Chestnut St., Philadelphia. 

American Bible Society Bible House, Astor PL, New York. 

American Book Co 100 Washington Sq., New York. 

American Church Publishing Co 114 E. 28th St., New York. 

American Humane Education Society Boston. 

American Institute of Banking 11 Pine St., New York. 

American Issue Publishing Co Westerville., O. 

American Law Book Co 60 Wall* St., New York. 

American Library Association i Washington St., Chicago. 

American Lumberman 315 Dearborn St., Chicago. 

American Medical Association, Press of 535 Dearborn St., Chicago. 

American Museum of Natural History 77th St. and Columbus Ave., New York. 

American Poultry Publishing Co Buffalo, N. Y. 

American Press 59 E. 83d St., New York. 

American Publishers* Co Norwalk, O. 

American Railway Engineering and Maintenance of Way Association, 

962 Monadnock Block, Chicago. 

American School of Correspondence Armour Institute, Chicago. 

American School of Home Economics 3325 Armour Ave., Chicago. 

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19 American Sports Publishing Co 15-21 Warren St., New YorL 

2 American Sunday School Union 1816 Chestnut St., Philadelphia. 

24 American Tract Society 150 Nassau St., New YorL 

II American Unitarian Association 25 Beacon St., Boston. 

2 Anderson, Joseph M., Co Sacnunento, CaL 

7 Anderson, W. H., Co 524 Main St., CincinnatL 

2 Andrews, Bessie Ayars P.O. Box 395, Vindand, N. J. 

2 Andrews, Frank De Witte Vineland, N. J. 

79 Appleton, D., & Co 2gr35 W. 32d St., New YorL 

3 Appleton, Robert, & Co ^39 W. 38th St., New YorL 

3 Army Service School Press Fort Leavenworth, Kan. 

2 Arnold & Co 418-422 Sansom St., Philadelphia. 

2 Associated Printing Co San Francisco, CaL 

3 Association of American Portland Cement Manufacturers Philaddphia 

13 Association Press {See also Y. M. C. A.) 124 E. 28th St., New YorL 

7 Atkinson, Wilmer, Co 1024 Race St., Philadelphia. 

2 Audel, Theo., & Co 63 Fifth Ave., New YoHl 

5 Augustana Book Concern Rock Island, EL 

2 Ave Maria Press Notre Dame, InA 

70 Badger, Richard G 194 Boylston St., Boston. 

2 Baird, Henry Carey, & Co 810 Walnut St., Philadelidua. 

6 Baker, Voorhis & Co 45 John St., New YorL 

45 Baker & Taylor Co 33 E. 17th St., New YorL 

3 Ball Publishing Co 683 Atlantic Ave., Boston. 

28 Bancroft-Whitney Co 200-214 McAllister St., San Frandsco. 

3 Bankers Publishing Co 90 William St., New YorL 

22 Banks Law Publishing Co 23 Park PL, New YoHl 

3 Banta, George, Publishing Co Menasha, Wis. 

14 Bardeen, Charles William 317 E. Washington St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

7 Barnes, A. S., & Co 381 Fourth Ave., New YorL 

2 Barr's, C. H., Book Shop 27 E. Orange St., Lancaster, Pa. 

Barse & Hopkins 526 W. 26th St., New YorL 

3 Barton, F. M., Co 706-712 Caxton Bldg., Clevehmd, 0. 

2 Baumgardt Publishing Co 116 W. Broadway, Los Angeles, CaL 

2 Belisle Printing and Publishing Co Worcester, Mass. 

2 Bell, J. P., Co Lynchburg, Va. 

2 Bell Book & Stationery Co .^ 914 E. Main St., Richmond, Va. 

17 Bender, Matthew, & Co 511-513 Broadway, Albany, N. Y. 

3 Bender-Moss Co. (formerly Bender-Chacquett Co.), 1 1 City Hall Ave., San Francisco, CaL 
42 Benziger Bros 36 Barclay St., New YorL 

3 Bible Institute Colportage Association 826 La Salle Ave., Chicago. 

3 Biddle Press loio Cherry St., Philadelphit* 

5 Biscl, George T., Co 724 Sansom St., Philadelphia. 

45 Blakiston, P., Sons & Co 1012 Walnut St,, PhiladHphia. 

3 Blanchard, Isaac H., Co 268 Canal St., New YodL 

8 Bloch Publishing Co 40 E. 14th St., New Yodc 

2 Board of Education of the Methodist Episcopal Church South Nashville, Tcnn. 

2 Board of Missions of the Protestant Episcopal Church 281 Fourth Ave., New Yodc 

3 Board of Publication of the Reformed Church in America 25 £. 22d St., New YodL 

45 Bobbs-Merrill Co 9 W. Washington St., Indianapolis, Ind. 

5 Bodmer Co 34 W. 33d St., New Yodc 

6 Boericke & Tafel ion Arch St., Fhfliik'r'^ 

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2 Booth, Walter A., & Son Minneapolis, Minn. 

9 Boston Book Co 83-91 Francis St., Boston. 

2 Boston Music Co., G. Schirmer (Inc.) 26-28 West St., Boston, Mass. 

2 Boston News Bureau Co Boston. 

2 Boy Scouts of America 200 Fifth Ave., New York. 

10 Brains Publishing Co 310 Broadway, New York. 

2 Brandu's 56 E. 34th St., New York. 

2 Breeder's Gazette 358 Dearborn St., Chicago. 

34 Brentano's Sth Ave. and 27th St., New York. 

4 Brethren Publishing House 16-24 S. State St., Elgin, HI. 

70 Broadway Publishing Co 835 Broadway, New York. 

2 Brookl3m Daily Eagle Eagle Bldg., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Brookljm Public Library 24 Brevoort Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

6 Brown Brothers N. E. cor. 5th & Pine Sts., Philadelphia. 

4 Brown Printing Co 10 N. Lawrence St., Montgomery, Ala. 

3 Bruce, Horace V 100 Hudson St., New York. 

3 Bryan, R. L., Co Columbia, S. C. 

2 Bryn Mawr College Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

2 Bubier Publishing Co P. O. Box 709 Lynn, Mass. 

2 Building Brick Association of America 949 Broadway, New York. 

2 Bungalow Craft Co Chamber of Commerce, Los Angeles, Cal. 

3 Burford, William B Indianapolis, Ind. 

2 Burroughs Adding Machine Co Detroit, Mich. 

2 Burrows Brothers Co Cleveland, O. 

Burt, A. L., Co 52 Duane St., New York. 

3 Burton Publishing Co 709 McGee St., Kansas City, Mo. 

2 Butterfield, W. A 59 Bromfield St., Boston. 

4 Byrne, John, & Co 1322 F St., N. W., Washington, D. C. 

195 Caldwell, H. M., Co 208-218 Summer St., Boston. 

41 Callaghan & Co 401-409 E. Ohio St., Chicago. 

3 Cantwell Printing Co Madison, Wis. 

2 Carlisle, A. & C 251-253 Bush St., San Francisco. 

31 Carnegie Institute Washington, D. C. 

6 Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh Pittsburgh, Pa. 

3 Carnegie Steel Co Pittsburgh, Pa. 

2 Carter, Howard Williston Norfolk, Ct. 

3 Cary, C. P., State Superintendent of Instruction Madison, Wis. 

87 Cassell & Co., Ltd 43 E. 19th St., New York. 

39 Century Co 33 E. 17th St., New York. 

2 Champlin Press Columbus, O. 

58 Charities Publication Committee 105 E. 22d St., New York. 

3 Charlton Co 67 Wall St., New York. 

Chatterton, A. L., Co 79 Duane St., New York, 

8 Chemical Publishing Co Easton, Pa. 

2 Chicago Commercial Publishing Co Chicago. 

12 Chicago Historical Society 632 Dearborn Ave., Chicago. 

4 Chicago Medical Book Co Congress and Honore Sts., Chicago. 

3 Chief Publishing Co 45 Centre St., New York. 

11 Christian Herald 92 Bible House, Astor Place, New York. 

8 Christian Press Association Publishing Co 26 Barclay St., New York. 

2 Christian Publishing Co 2712 Pine St., St. Louis. 

5 Christian Science Publishing Association 250 Himtington Ave., Boston. 

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3 Citator Publishing Co., Lapeer, Mich 33 Leonard St., New York. 

4 Clark, Arthur H., Co Caxton Bldg., Cle\'elan(i, 0. 

11 Clark, C. M., Publishing Co 211 Tremont St., Boston. 

3 Clark, Myron C, Publishing Co 537 Dearborn St., Chicago. 

3 Clark University Worcester, Mass. 

2 Clarke, John Brainard Rome, Ga. 

7 Clarke, Robert, Co. (See also Stewart & Kidd Co.) Government Sq., Cincinnati. 

6 Clarke, S. J., Publishing Co 358 Dearborn St., Chicago. 

2 Clarke, William B., Co 26 Tremont St., Boston. 

6 Clode, Edward J 156 Fifth Ave., New York. 

27 Cochrane Publishing Co 1126 Tribune Bldg., New YorL 

Collier, P. F., & Son 416-424 W. 13th St., New YorL 

7 Columbia University Press, Momingside Heights, New York. (Lemcke & Buechner, Agts., 

30-32 W. 27th St., New \-ork.) 

3 Comstock, William T., Co 23 Warren St., New Y'orL 

3 Concordia Publishing House St. Louis. 

6 Conkey, W. B., Co Hammond, InA 

2 Conservatory Press Wooster, 0. 

2 Cook, Charles C 150 Nassau St., New Yoii. 

10 Copeland, H. H., & Co iii Broadway, New Yoik. 

3 Cornell University. .■ Ithaca, N. Y. 

2 Correct English Publishing Co 125 Wabash Ave., Chicago. 

3 Cram, George F 130 Fulton St., New York; 55-61 Market St., Chicago. 

7 Crane & Co no £. 8th Ave., Topeka, Kan. 

2 Cromarty Law Book Co 1112 Chestnut St., PhiladeliJiia. 

Crowell, Thomas Y., Co 426-428 W. Broadway, New Yod. 

2 Cultivator Publishing Co Atlanta, Ga. 

Cupples & Leon Co 449 4th Ave., New York. 

3 Daleiden, John P., Co 1530-1532 Sedgwick St., Chicago. 

9 Davis, F. A., Co 1914-1916 Cherry St., Philadelphia. 

2 Davis, Wallace Clyde Lincoln, Neb. 

3 Davis Press Worcester, Mass. 

2 Dearing, C. T., Printing Co 429 Third St., Louisville, Ky. 

2 De Laurence, Scott & Co 1514 Masonic Temple, Chicago. 

2 De Mille Co i45 W. 45tli St., New YodL 

3 Democrat Printing Co Madiscm, Wis. 

2 De Vinne Press 395 Lafayette St., New Yoit 

Dick & Fitzgerald 18 Ann St., New YodL 

2 Diederich-Schaefer Co. (succeeded to business of M. H. Wiltzius Co.), 

413-417 Broadway, Milwaukee, Wis. 

21 Dillingham, George W. Co 12-16 E. 22d St., New Y'orL 

2 Ditson, Oliver, Co 150 Tremont St., Boston. 

2 Doctrinal Interpreter Little Rock, .AiL 

81 Dodd, Mead & Co 443 Fourth Ave., New Y'ort 

2 Dodd & Livingston 4th Ave. and 30th St., New Y'oii 

2 Dodge, B. W., & Co., (now Wm. Ricky & Co.) 

Dodge Publishing Co 214-220 E. 23d St., New Yoit 

Donohue, M. A., & Co 407 Dearborn St., Chicago. 

166 Doran , George H., Co. (Supplies books of Life Publishing Co.) ... 35 W. 3 2d St., New YorL 
89 Doubleday , Page & Co Garden City, N. Y. 

12 Drake, Frederick J., & Co 1323-1325 Michigan Ave., Chicago. 

5 Dry Goods Economist 233 W. 39th St., New Yoii 

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DIRECTORY OF PUBLISHERS, 1911 

59 Duffield & Co 36 W. 37th St., New York. 

2 Durrell, Harold Clarke 17 Dana St., Cambridge, Mass. 

225 Dutton, E. P., & Co 31 W. 23d St., New York. 

35 Eaton & Mains 150 Fifth Ave., New York. 

3 I Economy Publishing Co Washington, D. C. 

9 Educational Publishing Co 50 Bromfield St., Boston. 

2 Edwards & Broughton Printing Co Raleigh, N. C. 

39 Elder, Paul, & Co 239 Grant Ave., San Francisco. 

6 Elm Tree Press Woodstock, Vt. 

7 Elzas, Bamett Abraham 1919 Seventh Ave., New York. 

2 Engberg-Holmberg Publishing Co 119 E. Chicago Ave., Chicago. 

2 Engineer, School, Press of the Washington Barracks, Washington, D. C. 

3 Engineering Magazine 140 Nassau St., New York. 

8 Engineering News Publishing Co 220 Broadway, New York. 

3 Essex Institute Salem, Mass. 

59 Estes, Dana, & Co 208 Simuner St., Boston. 

6 Everett Publishing Co 18 Tremont St., Boston. 

4 Fenno, R. F., & Co 18 E. 17th St., New York. 

2 Findlay College Press Findlay, O. 

4 Fischer, Carl 6 Fourth Ave., New York. 

2 Fischer, J. & Bro 7 Bible House, New York. 

2 Fisher, Jonathan B., care of J. C. Miller Sugar Creek, O. 

3 Fisher Book & Stationery Co Denver, Colo. 

16 FitzGerald, Desmond, Inc 156 Fifth Ave., New York. 

14 Flanagan, A., Co 521 S. Wabash Ave., Chicaga. 

21 Flood, T. H., & Co 201 E. Madison St., Chicago* 

4 Fly, H. K., Co Pennsylvania Bldg., sth Ave. and 29th St., New York, 

2 Flyim, Thomas J., & Co 62-64 Essex St., Boston. 

2 Foote & Davis Co Atlanta, Ga. 

10 Forbes & Co 325 Dearborn St., Chicago. 

3 Forfatterens Forlag Minneapolis, Minn. 

2 Franklin Press 1310 Sansom St., Philadelphia. 

2 Free Methodist Publishing House 1132 Washington Blvd., Chicago. 

2 Free Press Printing Co Burlington, Vt. 

2 Freeman, E. L., Co Providence, R. I. 

4 French, Samuel, Ltd 24 W. 22d St., New York. 

19 Funk & Wagnalls Co 44-60 E. 23d St., New York. 

2 Gammel's Book Store Austin, Tex. 

2 Garfield, James Freeman Dana P. O. 224, Fitchburg, Mass. 

4 General Coimdl Publication House (Lutheran) ..! 1522 Arch St., Philadelphia. 

2 Georgia State Lib Atlanta, Ga. 

3 German Literary Board Burlington, la. 

2 Gill, J. K., Co Portland, Ore. 

52 Ginn & Co 29 Beacon St., Boston. 

2 God's Revivalist Office 1810 Young St., Cincinnati, O. 

2 tk)lden Rule Co Fremont Temple, Boston. 

2 Good Health Publishing Co Battle Creek, Mich. 

2 Goodyear-Marshall Publishing Co Cedar Rapids, la. 

5 Gorham, Edwin S 37 E. 28th St., New York. 

2 Gospel Publishing House 54 W. 22d St., New York. 

3 Gospel Trumpet Co Anderson, Ind. 

8 Grafton Press Out of business. 

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AMERICAN LIBRARY ANNUAL 

2 Green, Samuel Abbott 1 154 Boylston S 

5 Gregg Publishing Co 151 Wabash Ave 

II Griffith & Rowland Press {See also American Baptist Publication Society), 

1701-3 Chestnut St., PI 

2 Grolier Club 29 E. 32d St., 

Grosset & Dunlap 526 W. 26th St., '. 

2 Gunthrop-Warren Printing Co 

2 Hadden, James Unioi 

10 Hall & Locke Co 17 Tremont Pla< 

52 Hammond, C. S., & Co 30 Church St., ] 

3 Hampton Normal and Agricultural Institute Hat 

79 Harper & Bros Franklin Sq., ! 

6 Harriman, Alice, Co 542 Fifth Ave., '. 

Harris, Orsamus Turner 373 4th Ave., ] 

4 Harrison, Fairfax 1300 Pennsylvania Ave., Washing 

2 narrower, H. R Schiller Bldg 

13 Harvard University Cambri 

7 Health-Education League 113 Devonshire St., Room t 

34 Heath, D. C, & Co 120 Boylston S 

4 Heer, F. J., Printing Co Co 

2 Helbum, William 10 E. i6th St., ] 

23 Henley, Norman W., Publishing Co 132 Nassau St., ] 

2 Herald Press Roche 

79 Herder, B 17 S. Broadway, 

3 Hessling, Bnmo, Co 64 E. 12th St., ] 

Hills & Hafely Co 27 E. 22d St., ] 

6 Hinds, Noble & Eldridge 31-35 W. 15th St., ] 

5 Hitchcock, F. H 105 W. 40th St., ] 

3 Hoeber, Paul B 69 E. S9th St., ] 

2 Hollingsworth, Charles^ M 1425 New York Ave., Washing 

126 Holt, Henry, & Co. . . .' 34 W. 33d St., ] 

2 Homewood Press 

134 Houghton, Mifflin Co 4 Park S 

5 Hudson, Franklin, Publishing Co 22d and Oak Sts., Kansas 

13 Huebsch, Benjamin W 225 Fifth Ave., 1 

33 Hurst & Co 39S"99 Broadway, 1 

2 Hutchison, L. L T 

4 Illinois Stale Laboratory of Natural History t 

2 Industrial Book Co 178 Fulton St., 1 

21 Industrial Press 49 Lafayette St., 1 

2 Inland Printer Co 130 Sherman St. 

2 Insurance Press 120 Liberty St., 1 

3 International Law and Business Institute Minneapt 

19 International Textbook Co Scr 

5 Irwin, Samuel Pashley Bloomii 

• 2 Ives-Butler Co 31 E. 27th St., Room 60, 1 

22 Jacobs, George W., & Co 1216 Wahiut St., Ph 

15 Jenkins, William R., Co 851 6th Ave., 1 

33 Jennings & Graham 220 W. 4th St., ( 

4 Jewish Publication Society of America 608 Chestnut St., Ph 

12 Johns Hopkins Press Balti 

4 Johnson, B. F., Publishing Co Rooms 317-319 Mutual Bldg., Rid 

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DIRECTORY OF PUBLISHERS, 1911 

6 Johnson, T. & J. W., Co 535 Chestnut St., Philadelp 

2 Joseph, Daniel C Baltimore, ! 

4 Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease Publishing Co 64 W. 56th St., New Y 

6 Judd, Orange, Co 439 Lafayette St., New Y 

2 Juvenile Protective Association of Chicago Chic 

3 Kallmeyer, Charles 205 E. 4Sth St., New Y 

8 Kaufmann, E 22-24 N. William St., New Y 

3 Kenedy, P. J., & Sons 44 Barclay St., New Y 

39 Kennerley, Mitchell 2 E. 29th St., New Y 

II Kerr, Charles H., & Co 118 W. Kinzie St., Chic 

2 Keystone Publishing Co 809 N. 19th St., Philadelp 

3 King Brothers 413 E. Lexington St., Baltimore, '. 

Knickerbocker Press 29 W. 23d St., New Y 

14 Laird & Lee • 1732 Michigan Ave., Chic 

2 Lakeside Co P. O. Box, 166 Manitowoc, ^ 

126 Lane, John, Co. (Bodley Head) 1 16-1 20 W. 32d St., New Y 

8 La Salle Extension University 27 15-27 19 Michigan Ave., Chic 

64 Lawyers' Co-operative Publishing Co Rochester, N 

16 Lea & Febiger 706-710 Sansom St., Philadelp 

2 Lechner, Herman Room i, 96 Fifth Ave., New Y 

4 Leland Stanford Jr. University Stanford University, • 

31 Lemcke & Buechner 30-32 W. 27th St., New Y 

(Agts. for Columbia University Pn 
4 Leonard, W. M., Boston Medical and Surgical Journal Bos 

1 Leslie- Judge Co 225 Fifth Ave., New Y 

II Lewis Publishing Co 265 Broadway, New York, and 358 Dearborn St., Chic 

4 Library Shelf 4651 N. Charles St., Chic 

139 Lippincott, J. B., Co Washington Sq., Philadelp 

3 Little, Weare C, & Co 525 Broadway, Albany, N 

118 Little, Brown & Co 34 Beacon St., Bos 

2 Little Chronicle Co Chic 

320 Longmans, Green & Co 443-449 Fourth Ave., New Y 

2 Lord & Nagle Co Bos 

2 Loring, Short & Harmon Portland, 

25 Lothrop, Lee & Shepard Co 93 Federal St., Bos 

2 Lowdermilk, W. H., & Co 1424-1426 F St., Washington, D 

5 Lowell City Library Lowell, W 

2 Lowman & Hanford Co Seattle, W 

10 Luce, John W., & Co 143 Federal St., Bos 

6 Lutheran Publication Society 1424 Arch St., Philadelp 

16 Lyon, James B., & Co 30-36 Beaver St., Albany, N 

5 Lyons, J. A., Co Chic 

20 McClure, Samuel S., Co 44-60 E. 23d St., New Y 

2 McClure Publishing Co Philadelp 

85 McClurg, A. C, & Co 330 E. Ohio St., Chic 

3 McGiU-Wamer Co 9th and Sibley Sts., St. Paul, M 

2 McGinty, William H loi Tremont St., Bos 

52 McGraw-Hill Book Co 239 W. 39th St., New Y 

83 McKay, David 604-608 Washington Sq., Philadelp 

McKeever, William A Manhattan, I 

476 Macmillan Co 64-66 Fifth Ave., New Y 

4 McMurtrie, Douglas Crawford 480 Park Ave., New Y 

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a McQuiddy Printing Co Nashvil 

6 McVcy, John Joseph 1229 Arch St., Phi] 

3 Maine Agricultural £]q)eriment Station Oi 

2 Manual Arts Press P< 

3 March Brothers Lei 

2 Maricens, Isaac 62 Beaver St., N( 

23 Marshall & Bruce Co Nashvi 

10 Martin & Allardyce Fries' Bldg., Franklin Ave. and Orthodox St., Phil 

2 Massachusetts Agricultural College Amhen 

2 Massachusetts General Hospital 

2 Massachusetts Historical Society 

3 Matthews, Albert Hotel Oxford 

2 Maurer, Joseph Michael 418 Tremont St., Galvesi 

4 Maverick Press Woodsto 

2 Mayer, Ignatz Detn 

21 Merrill, Charles E., Co 44-60 E. 23d St., N 

4 Metaphysical Publishing Co 500 Fifth Ave., N( 

Metropolitan Museum of Art Fifth Ave. and 82d St., N 

2 Metropolitan Press 43 W. 27th St., N 

1 1 Michie Co Charlottes 

2 Middlebury College Middle 

3 Miller, Edward T., Co Colu 

9 Millet, J. B., Co 120 Boylston St., 

9 Mills Publishing Co Dem 

5 Mining & Scientific Press 667 Howard St., San I 

3 Modem Electrics Publications 233 Fulton St., N 

49 MoflFat, Yard & Co 31 E. 17th St., N 

2 Moody's Magazine 35 Nassau St., N 

2 Moray, William Carey Rochest 

5 Mosby, C. v., Co Grand Ave. and Olive St., i 

2 Munn & Co 361 Broadway, N< 

2 Murphy, G 57 E. 9th St., N< 

4 Murphy, John, Co 200 W. Lombard St., Baltimore, ^ 

2 Murray Press 359 Boykton St. 

2 Musselman, De Lafayette Q\ 

4 National Americana Society 154 £• 23d St., N 

2 National Association of Manufacturers of the U. S. A., 30 Church St., N 

National Association for the Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis, 

loS E. 22d St., N 

6 National Institute of Practical Mechanics 

7 National Publishing Co 235-243 S. American St., Phil 

2 National Rivers and Harbors Congress Cinci 

2 National Society for the Promotion of Industrial Education ... 20 W. 44th St., N 

2 Naval Institute Annap< 

24 Neale Publishing Co 31 Union Square, N 

3 Nelson, Thomas, & Sons 381 Fourth Ave., N 

3 New Amstel Magazine Co Wilmingt 

2 New Bedford Free Public Library New Bedfoi 

2 New Christian Century Co 700 E. 40th St., 

2 New Church Board of Publication 3 W. 29th St., N 

4 New England Historic Genealogical Society 18 Somerset St. 

2 New England Lines South Statioi 

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2 New Medicine Publishing Co Chicago. 

4 New Werner Co. (See also Werner Co.) Akron, O. 

2 New York Edison Co 55 Duane St., New York. 

2 New York Labor News Co 28 City Hall PL, New York. 

New York State Albany, N. Y. 

8 New York State Education Department Albany, N. Y. 

2 Newcomb & Gauss Salem, Mass. 

4 Newson & Co 27 W. 23d St., New York. 

4 Nickerson & Collins Co 315 Dearborn St., Chicago. 

2 Nitschke Brothers Columbus, O. 

2 Northern Pacific Railway St. Paul, Minn. 

2 Nunc Licet Press 42 W. Coulter St., Philadelphia. 

2 Observer Press Dover, Me. 

II Ogilvie, J. S., Publishing Co 57 Rose St., New York. 

3 Ogle, George A., & Co 134 Van Buren St., Chicago. 

5 Open Court Publishing Co Chicago. 

4 Ohio Law Reporter Co 806 Main St., Cincinnati. 

4 Ohio State University Columbus, O. 

3 Oklahoma Geological Survey Norman, Okla. 

7 Orion Publishing Co Nashville, Tenn. 

2 Ottenheimer, I. & M., 321 W. Baltimore St., Baltimore, Md. 

2 Otterbein Press Dayton, O. 

13 Outing Publishing Co 315 Fifth Ave., New York. 

151 Oxford University Press (American Branch) 29 W. 3 2d St., New York. 

2 Page, Howard W Philadelphia. 

33 Page, L. C, & Co 53 Beacon St., Boston. 

2 Paget, R. H., 2 Rector St., New York. 

3 Palmer Co 120 Boylston St., Boston. 

2 Pan American Union Washington, D. C. 

2 Parker, G. W., Art Co Minneapolis, Minn. 

3 Parshley, Mrs. Matilda Clark Allen Marion, Mass. 

3 Peabody Museum of American Archaeology and Ethnology Cambridge, Mass. 

32 Penn Publishing Co 923 Arch St., Philadelphia. 

4 Pennsylvania Railroad Co Philadelphia. 

3 Pennsylvania Society of New York 249 W. 13th St., New York. 

4 Pentecostal Publishing Co Louisville, Ky. 

4 Penton Publishing Co Cleveland, O. 

2 Phonographic Institute Co 224 W. 4th St., Cincinnati. 

3 Physicians' Drug News Co Newark, N. J. 

26 Pilgrim Press. 14 Beacon St., Boston. 

2 Pioneer Publishing Co 358 Dearborn St., Chicago. 

30 Pitman, Isaac & Sons 2-6 W. 45th St., New York. 

70 Piatt & Peck 395 Broadway, New York. 

3 Playground Association of America i Madison Ave., New York. 

2 Plimpton Press Norwood, Mass. 

2 Pond, George Gilbert, Pennsylvania State College School of Natural Sciences, 

State College, Pa. 

7 Popular Mechanics Co 225 Washington St., Chicago. 

8 Pott, James, & Co 214-220 E. 23d St., New York. 

4 Potterdon, CM Hawthorne, N. J. 

3 Powell, L. D., Co Los Angeles, Cal. 

2 Pratt, A. S., & Sons, National Bank Agents Washington, D. C. 

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7 Presbyterian Board of Publication and Sabbath School Work 

1319 Wahiut St., Philadelphia. 

3 Presbyterian Committee of Publication (See also Wesminster Press), 

212-214 North 6th St., Richmond, Va. 

6 Presser, Theodore, Co 1708 Chestnut St., Philad^hia. 

5 Progress Co 515-519 Rand McNally Bldg., Chicago. 

3 Psychological Review Publishing Co Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md. 

4 Publishers' Weekly, Office of the 298 Broadway, New YoiL 

II Publishing House of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South (Smith & Lamar, Agts.), 

Nashville, Temu 

4 Pustet, Fr., & Co 52 Barclay St., New YorL 

168 Putnam's, G. P., Sons 2-^ W. 45th St., New York. 

2 Radford Architectural Co Medinah Bldg., Chicago. 

2 Ragan, Robert A 127 nth St., N. E., Washington, D. C 

4 Rajput Press Chicago. 

2 Ralston University Co 1307-1329 15th St., W^ashington, D. C 

17 Rand, McNally & Co 42 E. 22d St., New York; 160-174 Adams St., Chicago. 

3 Raymer's Old Book Store Seattle, Wash. 

15 Rebman Co 1123 Broadway, New YorL 

2 Reed, Charles K Worcester, Mass. 

28 Reilly & Britton Co 258 Wabash Ave., Chicago. 

2 Religious Education Association 332 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago. 

. 137 Revell, Fleming H., Co 158 Fifth Ave., New York; 80 Wabash Ave., Chicago. 

2 Review of Reviews Co 13 Astor PL, New YorL 

2 Rice, Franklin P 12 Berwick St., Worcester, Mass. 

4 Rickey, William, & Co 43 W. 27th St., New YoiL 

2 Robbins, R. G Mayfidd, Ky. 

4 Roberts, W. F., Co., Inc 1413 New York Ave., Washington, D. C. 

7 Robertson, A. M 222 Stockton St., San Frandsco. 

4 Rochester Chamber of Commerce Rochester, N. Y. 

5 Roger Bros 429 Sixth Ave., New YoiL 

9 Ronald Press Co 229 Broadway, New YorL 

2 Rosary Press Somerset, 0. 

2 Rosenthal, S., & Co Cincinnati, 0. 

2 Rosicrusian Fellowship Ocean Park, Cal. 

6 Row, Peterson & Co 625 S. Wabash Ave., Chicago. 

7 Roxburgh Publishing Co., Inc 61 Court St., Boston. 

2 Roycrofters (The) East Aurora, N. Y. 

4 Rumford Press Concord, N. E 

2 Rural Publishing Co Columbus, 0. 

2 Rusk & Andrews Haines Falls, N. Y. 

9 Saalfield Publishing Co Akron, 0. 

2 Sadlier, W. H 13 Barclay St., New York 

2 Salem Press Co Salem, Mass. 

9 Sanborn, Benjamin H., & Co 1 20 Boylston St., Boston. 

2 Sanctuary Publishing Co 43 W. Newton St., Boston. 

2 Saumenig, John H., & Co 229 Park Ave., Baltimore. 

42 Saunders, W. B., Co 925 Wahiut St., Philadelphia. 

6 Schirmer, G 3 E. 43d St., New York 

2 Schwartz, Kirwin & Fauss 42 Barclay St., New York. 

5 Science Press Sub-station 84,Ncw Y'orL 

2 Scientific American 361 Broadway, New YorL 

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9 Scott, Foresman & Co. ...j 623 S. Wabash Ave., Chicago. 

245 Scribner's, Charles, Sons 153-157 Fifth Ave., New York. 

4 Sears, Roebuck & Co Chicago. 

2 Seattle Public Library Seattle, Wash. 

2 Semina Publishing Co Springfield, Mass. 

4 Seymour, R. F., Co Fine Arts Bldg., Chicago. 

2 Shakespeare Press 1 14 E. 28th St., New York. 

2 Shaw Publishing Co Grand Rapids, Mich. 

2 Sheldon University Libertyville, 111. 

2 Shepperson, Alfred B 8 Cotton Exchange, New York. 

58 Sherman, French & Co 6 Beacon St., Boston. 

3 Sibley & Co 120 Boylston St., Boston. 

2 Sign of the Berkeley Oak (At the) Berkeley, Cal. 

15 Silver, Burdett & Co 239 W. 39th St., New York. 

Simmons, Parker P 3 E. 14th St., New York. 

3 Site and Relic Society of Germantown Germantown, Pa. 

2 Skelton Publishing Co Salt Lake City, Utah. 

20 Small, Maynard & Co 15 Beacon St., Boston. 

5 Smith & Sale 45 Exchange St., Portland, Me. 

17 Smithsonian Institution Washington, D. C. 

2 Social Justice Publishing Co 2630 Fifth Ave., Minneapolis, Minn. 

2 Socialist Literature Co 15 Spruce St., New York. 

6 Soney & Sage Newark, N. J. 

3 Sower, Christopher, Co 124 N. i8th St., Philadelphia. 

4 Spectator Co 135 William St., New York. 

2 Spencer Publishing Co New Orleans, La. 

31 Spon & Chamberlain 123 Liberty St., New York. 

12 Standard Publishing Co. ^ 16 E. 9th St., Cincinnati. 

3 Stanford University Press Stanford University, Cal. 

2 Stanhope Press Boston. 

2 State Capital Printing Co Guthrie, Okla. 

2 State Co Columbia, S. C. 

5 State Historical Society of Iowa Iowa City, la. 

5 State Historical Society of Kansas Topeka, Kan. 

2 State Historical Society of Missouri Columbia, Mo. 

4 State Historical Society of Wisconsin Madison, Wis. 

3 State Journal Co Lincoln, Neb. 

28 Stechert, G. E., & Co 151 W. 25th St., New York. 

23 Stephens, E. W Columbia, Mo. 

2 Stewart & Kidd Co. {See also Robert Clarke Co.) Cincinnati, O. 

91 Stokes, Frederick, & Co 449 Fourth Ave., New York. 

3 Student Volimteer Movement for Foreign Missions 125 E. 27th St., New York, 

46 Sturgis & Walton 31-33 E. 27th St., New York. 

2 Stuyvesant Press 43 W. 27th St., New York. 

2 Sunday School Board, Southern Baptist Convention Nashville, Tenn. 

8 Sunday School Times Co 1031 Walnut St., Philadelphia. 

2 Surgery Publishing Co 92 William St., New York. 

3 Syndicate Publishing Co 12-14 W. 32d St., New York. 

2 System Co 151-153 Wabash Ave., Chicago. 

3 Taylor & Carpenter Ithaca, N. Y. 

20 Teachers' College (L. F. Snow Publication Bureau) W. 120th St., New York. 

2 Tennant & Ward 122 E. 25th St., New York. 

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3 Thomas, F. H., Law Book Co St. Louis. 

2 Thomas, William Holcombe 526 South Perry St., Montgomery, Ala. 

2 Thompson, Charles C 338-344 Wabash Ave., Chicago. 

4 Thompson, Edward, Co Northport, N. Y. 

2 Thompson, J. Walter, Co 44 E. 23d St., New York. 

15 Torch Press 1424-1426 F St., Cedar Rapids, la. 

4 Towne, Mrs. Elizabeth J Mt. Holyoke, Mass. 

3 Trenton Free Public Library Trenton, N. J. 

3 Tribune Printing Co Charleston, W. Va. 

3 Tuck, Raphael & Sons Co 122 Fifth Ave., New YorL 

3 Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor Co 125 Temple St., New Haven, Ct. 

2 Ulrich, Bartow Adolphus 40 N. Dearborn St., Chicago. 

2 Union Press 1816 Chestnut St., Philadelphia. 

2 United Gas Improvement Co Philadelphia. 

3 United Society of Christian Endeavor 600 Tremont Temple, Boston. 

5 United States Naval Institute Annapolis, Md. 

2 United States Steel Corporation 30 Church St., New York. 

5 Universal Business Institute 10 W. 23d St., New York. 

2 Universalist Publishing House 359 Boylston St., Boston. 

50 University of California Berkeley, CaL 

27 University of Chicago 58th St. and Ellis Ave., Chicago. 

2 University of Cincinnati Cincinnati, 0. 

32 University of Illinois Urbana, 111. 

4 University of Michigan Cercle Fran^ais Ann Arbor, Mich. 

4 University of Nebraska Lincoln, Neb. 

2 University of New York University H*g'ts., New York. 

7 University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, N. C. 

8 University of Pennsylvania, D. Appleton & Co., Agts 29-35 W. 3 2d St., New York. 

6 University of Texas Austin, Tci. 

2 University of Washington Seattle, Wash. 

34 University of Wisconsin Madison, Wis. 

3 University Press Sewanee, Tenn. 

2 University Publishing Co Chicago. 

3 University Society 44-60 E. 23d St., New York. 

2 Usher, Ellis Baker Milwaukee, Wis. 

2 Van Deventer, H. R Simiter, S. C. 

89 Van Nostrand, D., Co 25 Park Place, New York. 

2 Vedanta Society 135 W. 80th St., New York. 

2 Vir Publishing Co 200-214 N. 15th St., Philadelphia. 

2 Virginia State Library Richmond, Va. 

7 Volland, P. F., & Co 24 Adams St., Chicago. 

4 Wagner, Joseph F 9 Barclay St., New York. 

12 Wahr, George 103-5 N. Main St., Ann Arbor, Mich. 

3 Walker, Albert Henry 13 Park Row, New York. 

3 Walter, L. W. Co 121-127 Plymouth PL, Chicago, III 

10 W^arne, Frederick, & Co. 12 E. 33d St., New York. 

7 Warwick & York Baltimore, Md. 

8 Watt, W. J., & Co 43 W. 27th St., New York. 

2 Weed-Parsons Printing Co Albany, N. Y. 

2 Weeks, L. T Ncwton,Kaii. 

28 Werner Co. (See also New Werner Co.) Akron,0. 

3 Wesseb & Bissell Out of business. 

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88 West Publishing Co 52-58 W. 3d St., St. Paul, Minn. 

XI Westminster Press (See also Presb3rterian Committee of Publication) 

13 19 Walnut St., Philadelphia. 

5 Whitaker & Ray-Wiggin Co 770-776 Mission St., San Francisco. 

3 Whitcomb & Barrows Huntington Chambers, Boston 

7 White & Kemble 56 Pine St., New York. 

6 Whittaker, Thomas, Inc 2-3 Bible House, New York. 

2 Wilcox, Dorvil Miller Lee, Mass. 

13 Wilde, W. A., Co 120 Boylston St., Boston. 

68 Wiley, John, & Sons 41-45 E. 19th St., New York. 

3 Williams, David, Co 239 W. 39th St., New York. 

4 Williams, Tom A 1758 K St., Washington, D. C. 

2 Williams & Wilkins 2427 York Road, Baltimore, Md. 

2 Williamson Law Book Co Rochester, N. Y. 

2 Willis, Alphonse Albert Spring Lake, N, J. 

2 Willwerscheid & Raith St. Paul, Minn. 

4 Wilson, H. W., Co.. 1401-1405 University Ave., S. E., Minneapolis, Minn. 

2 Wiltzius, M. H., Co. See Diederich-Schaefer Co. 

17 Winston, John C, Co 1006 Arch St., Philadelphia. 

2 Winthrop College Rock Hill, S. C. 

3 Wisconsin Historical Commission Madison, Wis. 

2 Woman's Educational and Industrial Union 264 Boylston St., Boston. 

57 Wood, W., & Co 51 Fifth Ave., New York. 

2 Woodbury, Charles Jeptha Hill 45 Milk St., Boston 

3 World Peace Foundation 29A Beacon St., Boston. 

2 World Press Louisville, Ky. 

3 Wright & Potter Printing Co Boston. 

2 Wynkoop-Hallenbeck-Crawford Co 497 Pearl St., New York. 

15 Yale University Press New Haven, Conn. 

2 Year Book Publishers 40 Dearborn St., Chicago. 

22 Young Churchman Co 484 Milwaukee St., Milwaukee, Wis. 

12 Young Men's Christian Association, Litemational Committee of (See also Associa- 
tion Press) 124 E. 28th St., New York. 

3 Young Women's Christian Association, National Board of, 125 £. 27th St., New York. 
3 Youth's Companion Boston. 



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IN THE PRINCIPAL TOWNS OF THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA 

[S selective list of the bookselling trade in the principal towns of the United States and 
, to which it is confined, may, it is thought, be more useful for practical purposes than a 
tensive list including newsdealers, cigar stands, drug stores, etc., which keep on sale magazines 
)er-covered books only and can scarcely be classed as bookstores. For circularizing and 
purposes such a list will be found preferable to one attempting to cover all places, big and 
ad all who sell periodicals and the like. Department stores are, however, included, designated 
abbreviation D. S., when tbey have book departments; second-hand dealers are designated 
abbreviation S-h., and other specialties, as Catholic, Law, Educational, etc., are designated 
explanatory abbreviations. In case of the omission of any names properly within the scope 
list, and any other errors of commission or omission, and for the purpose of making such 
s in the future as new local development may justify, the co-operation of the trade and 
irly of the travelers is invited. 



ALABAMA 

tt.— 12,794. 

Joseph. 

ison's Bookstore. 

;ham. — 132,685. 

len Co. (D. S.) 

nan, Joseph & Loeb. (D. S.) 

ens, Samuel B. 

► Book Co., 2010 26 Ave. 

ing Bros. & Co. (D. S.) 

He. — 7,611. 
ly, M. K. 

—51.531. 

, Mrs. J. N. 

nell, L., Dry Goods Co. (D. S.) 

le, W. E., 270 Dauphin St. (S-h.) 

nan, Frank, 213 Dauphin St. 

mery.— 38,136. 

ima Bible Society. 

IT, Ed. C, Co. 

rles, A. S., Dry Goods Co. (D. S.) 

gomery " Fair." (D. S.) 

-13,649. 

r, A. H. 

11 Book & Novelty Co. 

I Stationery Co. 

osa. — 8,400. 

;11, Bradfield Co. 
Chas. 
g, S. D. 



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ALASKA 
Dawson. 

Landahl's Emporium. 

Juneau. — 1,644. 
Nelson R. P. 

Nome. — 3,600. 

Butler, Mauro & Co. 

Skagway.— 3,117. 
Harrison, L. A. 



Clifton. 

Vanasek, J. R. 



ARIZONA 



Phoenix. — 1 1,134. 

Berryhill Co. 

McNeil, H. H., Co. 

P. O. News Store, C. Hinckley. 

Phoenix Sta. & News Co. 

Prescott. — ^5,092. 

Bash ford Burmester Co. 

Tucson. — 13,193. 

Corbett, H. D. 

Jacobs, J. M. & Son. 

Kimball's Bookstore, F'. E. A. Kimball. 

Machen, R. J., 24 N. Stone Ave. 

Steinfeld, A., & Co. (D. S.) 



Conway. — 2,794. 

Anderson, S. E. 



ARKANSAS 



Fort Smith.~23,975. 
Pape-Ingeberg Book Co. 

Hot Springs.— 14,434- 
Hoving, F. C. 
Foley, D. I. 
Weaver, C. H., & Co. 
Wyatt's Book Store. 



Jonesboro. — 7»i23- 
Miickey, C. L. 

Little Rock.— 45,941* 

Advance Pub. Co. (Baptist.) 
AUsopp & Chappie Bk. & Sta. Co. 
Arkansas Baptist Pub. Co. 
Baptist Mission Rooms, Book Dept. 
Goodman, I. 
New Wilson-Webb Co. 

Mena.— 3t953- 

Donaldson, Ed. H. 

Paragould.— 5,248. 

Knox & Woodburn. 

Pine Bluff.— 15,100. 

DeWoody, W. L. 
Rosenberg, S. A. 




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CALIFORNU 

Alameda. — ^23,383. 

Banning, A. C. 
Field, Miss Gollober, J. 
Hartley, Mrs. Jessie M. 
Schneider, Henry. 

Bakersfield. — 12727. 

Bakersfield News Co. 
Echo Pub. Co. 

Wickershauf , Wrenn & Staples. 
Wickersham & Co. 

Berkeley. — ^40,434. 

Abbott, N. T., & Son, 2193 Shattuck Ave. 

Berkeley Book Co. 

Glessner-Morse Co., 3163 Shattuck Ave. 

Perks, B. W. Co. 

Radson's Book Store, 2223 Shattuck Ave. 

Sadler, Frank E. 

Student's Co-operative Soc. 

Wachob, W. W., 2219 Union St. 

Chico.— 3,750. 

Chico Book Store, John S. Waterland. 
Crick's Book Store, James Crick. 

Eureka. — 1 1 ,845. 

Heasman & Gillette. 
Lincoln, C. 0., & Co. 
Matthews, James £. 

Fresno.— 24,893. 

Carver, H. D. 

Cearlcy, C. T. 

Gottschalk, £., & Co., Inc. (D. S.) 

Kerman News Co. 

PhilUps, J. B. 

Reige, C. H., & Co. 

Long Beach.— 17,809. 

Hewitt, John, 117 Pine Ave. 
McCutcheon, Frank. 

Los Angeles.— 319,198. 

Baker-Wuest Co., 516 S. Broadway. 

Beeman & Hendee, <' The Baby Store," 

(D. S.) 
Bodkin, John J., South Main St. (Cath.) 
Braun, F. W., 409-15 E. 3d St. (Tech.) 
Broadway Department Store, A. Letts. (D. S.) 
Bullock's, Broadway & 7th St. (D. S.) 
Cunningham, Curtiss & Welch, 252 S. Spring St. 
Dawson, Ernest, 518 S. Hill St. (S-h). 
Fowler Bros., 543 S. Broadway. 
Gillespie's Book Store, 218 W. 2d St. 
Hamburger, A., & Sons, Broadway & 8th St. 

(D. S.) 
Holmes Book Co., 257 S. Main St. 
Jiyii-do Book Store, S. R. Mataio, 604) W. 

6th St. (Japanese) 

i ones' Book Store, 226 W. ist St. 
.ittle, A. E., & Co. 
Los Ajogeles News Co. 
Merick Reynolds Co., The 
Mitchell & Knox, 106 S. Spring St. 
Munsey, Fred E., & Co., 406 S. Broadway. 
Parker, Chas. C, 220 S. Broadway. 
Plenkharp. C. V., 222 Mercantile PL 
Rott, WUliam F. 



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CALIFORinA 
Los Angeles 

Sato's Book Store, 731 S. Grand Ave. (Japan- 
ese) 

Shaffet, Conan, 641 S. Main St. (S-h.) 

Stratford & Green, 640 S. Main St. 

University Book Store, 3474 Wesley Ave. 

Whalen, B. A., 305 S. Spring St. 

Zellerbach Paper Co., 113 N. Angeles St. 
(Educa.) 

Monrovia.— 3,576. 

Haslett, H. L. 
Vestal, W. P. 

Oakland.— 150,174. 

Allen, N. I. 

Altona, Theo., 314 San Pablo Ave. (S-h.) 

Capwell Co., H. C. (D. S.) 

DeWitt & Snelling, 9 Telegraph Ave. (S-h.) 

Hadano, Frank, 1210 San Pablo Ave. 

Hale Bros. Inc. (D. S.) 

Hardy's Book Store, C. G. Hardy, Prop. 

Hazelwood, P. J., 601 14th St. 

Kearney & Hazlewood, 611 i4tli St. 

Machen, W. T., 1706 J San Pablo Ave. 

Osgood's Drug Store, 852 Broadway. 

Pacific Book, Art and Sta. Co. 

Rowell, C. F., 464 8tb St. (S-h.) 

Smith Brothers, 463 13th St. 

Taylor, Edw. P., 467 12th St. 

Pasadena. — 30,291 . 

Brown, Herbert F. 
Jarvis & Prinz. 
Vroman, A. C. 

Palo Alto.— 4,486. 

Albee, F. J. 

Congdon & Come. 

^lyde, E. L. 

Stanford Univ. Bookstore. 

Woemer, M. 

Pomona. — 10,207. 

Liddle, F. C. (Sta.) 
McKendrick, G. W. (Sta.) 
Rensberger, F. J. (Sta.) 
Snuggs, C. 

Redlands. — 10,499. 

Dunn, A. P. 
Smith, Sydney T. 
Tucker Book & Sta. Co. 

Riverside. — 15,212. 

Drake, Jas. M. 

Fry, Wm. L. 

*' Gem Bazar," J. P. Gilmore. 

Reed, O. B. & Co. 

Reynolds, Geo. N. (D. S.) 

Sacramento. — 44,696. 

Little Shop, The, 1021 6th St. 
Morris, I. F., 406 J St. 
Purnell, W. F., 723 K St 
Weinstock, Lubin & Co. (D. S.) 

San Bernardino. — 12,779. 

Barnum Stationery Co. 
Leroy, C. E. 



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CALIFORNU 

San Diego.— 39»578. 

Arey & Jones Co. 

Blumberg, A. 

Book-Lovers* Shop. F. W. Van Buskirk, Prop. 

Burbeck, E. M. 

Loring & Co., Inc. 

Lowell, Geo. W. 

Packard, J. C. 

Stephens & Son. 

Werlheimer, M. A. & Co. 

Stn Francisco.— 416,912. 

Aoki, Taiseido, Buchanan & Geary Sts. 
(Japanese) 

Bancroft-Whitney Co., Hyde & McAllister 
Sts. (Law) 

Bender-Moss Co., 54 McAllister St. (Law.) 

Book Omnorium, 1004 Fillimore St. (S-h.) 

Braun-Knecht-Heimann Co., 576-84 Mission 
St. 

Cain, J. H., 910 Fell St. 

Coshado & Co., 1623 Geary St. (Japanese) 

Cowan, R. E., 867 Treat Ave. (S-h.) 

Crocker, H. S., Co., 458-62 Market St. 

Crosby Book Co., 157 1 Haight St. 

Cunningham, Curtb & Welch, 565-567 Mar- 
ket St. 
Curtis, E., 1545 Pine St. 
Dodge, S., Stockton St. 
£lder, Paul, & Co., 239 Grant Ave. 
Emporium, The, Market St. (D. S.) 
f rickman, Gustav J., 507 Mills Bldg. (Rare) 
Coldsmith Bros., Powell St. 
Kale Bros. (D. S.) 

Mealy, Patrick J., 14 Laidley St. (S-h.) 
holmes, H. C, 1158 Market St., and 70 3d 

St. 
Jennings & Graham, 52 McAllister St. 
Xing Bros., 1182 Market St. (S-h.) 
^ng, J. Jm 1716 Market St. (S-h.) 
Xibrane Francaise, iiii Polk St. (Spanish 

and French) 
Xorimer, Wm., 640 Pacific Building, 
^ewbegin, J. J., 315 Sutter St. 
^^ew Book Store, W. H. Webster, 400 Sutter 

St. 
O'Connor Co., 39 Taylor St. (Catholic) 
3*acific Coast Tabard Inn Library, 121 5 Post 
St. 

l*arent, Louis, Van Ness Ave. 

Fitts, F. W., 72 and 918 Market St., and 11 23 
Filmore St. 

Reiger, Richard, 1014 Filmore St. (Foreign) 

Reynolds, Roger, 404 Sutter St. 

Robertson, A. M., Union Sq. & 222 Stockton St. 

Rubin, Charles, 19 4th St. 

San Francisco News Co., 747 Howard St. 

San Francisco Occult Book Co., 1141 Polk 
St. 

San Francisco Stationery Co., 22 Geary St. 

Shapro, R., & Co., 56 2d St. 

Southwell, John W., 969 Ellis St. (SU.) 

Taylor, Nash & Taylor. 

Weber, C. F., & Co., 365 Market St. 

Weill, Raphael & Co., Sutter & Grant Sts. 
(D. S.) 

Wellendorf Book Co., 911 Market St. 

Wesson, Edw., 209 Post St. (S-h.) 

Whitaker-Ray-Wiggin Co., 776 Mission St. 



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CALIFORNIA 

San Jose. — 28,946. 

English, F. W. 

Guppy, £. H., & Son. 

Hale, O. A., & Co. (D. S.) 

Hills, V. S., Co. 

Martin, Henry. 

Maynard's Book Store, xia S. ist St. 

Millard Bros. 

Ramona Bookstore. Robt. McCourt, Prop. 

Winch, S. G. 

Santa Ana. — 8,429. 

P. S. Roper & Co. 
Santa Ana Book Store. 

Santa Barbara. — 11,659. 

Arts & Crafts Book Shop, 1029 State St. 

Barbour, J. M. 

Johnston, F. J. 

Mission Book Store, H. L. Osborne. 

Osborne's Book Store, 923 State St. 

Santa Cruz. — 11,146. 

Cooper, Frank. 
Griest, N. L. (S-h.) 
Hobron, Geo. C. 
Howe, F. R. 
Irish, H. £., & Co. 



Santa Rosa.— 7,817. 

Hosmer, W. S. 
Smith, Temple. 
Wright, C. A., & Co. 

Stanford University. — 720. 

Stanford University Book Store, Inc. 

Stockton.— 23,253. 

Close, O. H. 

Jossa, C. A. 

Morris Bros. 

Samuel, Jos. 

Stewart, J. A., & Co. (Educa.) 

Woodlan d.— 3,187. 
Hughes & Lee. 

COLORADO 

Boulder.— 9,539. 

Greenman Stores Co. 

Raymond, Paul. 

University Store. (Educational) 



Canon City.— 5,126. 
Whipple, F. H. 

Colorado Springs. — 29,078. 

Adamson, J. E. 

Balcomb Book & Curio Co. 

Beeson, E. B. 

FolU & Hardy. 

Hardy, C. W., Book, Su. & Art Co. 

McCauley's Old Bookstore. (S-h.) 

Nissly, Walter N. 

Rouse, Van E. 

Wliitney & Grimwood. 



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COLORADO 

Creek. — 6,206. 

trong, W. D. 
ffer, Robt. 

.—213,381. 

;, W. H., 604 Kittridge Bldg. (Subscrip- 

e, James, Church Goods Co. 

ado News Co., 1444 Arapahoe St. 

;ls & Fisher Stores Co. (D. S.) 

er Dry Goods Co. (D. S.) 

;s, W. H., 1643 Larimer St. 

r Book & Sta. Co. 

:n Eagle Dry Goods Co. 

& Williams. (Mining) 

ck Book & Sta. Co., 934 15th St. 

1 Dry Goods Co., i6th & Curtis Sts. 

S.) 

rick-Bellamy Co., i6th & Stout Sts. 
i, A. T., & Son D. G. Co. (D. S.) 

Publishing Co., Kittridge Bldg. (Law) 
i & Zahn Book Co., 1537 Arapahoe St. 
Book Store, 1214 15th St. (S.-h.) 
cation Book Store, 211 i6th St. 
ler, F. S., 334 isth St. (S-h.) 
I, Clement R. (Med.) 
emoer, J. J., 201 Boston Bldg. (Tech.) 
ler Publishing Co., 210 Colbum Bldg. 
ibn.) 



llins. — 8,200. 
r, Frank £. 

I, J. R. 



,,179. 

J, Geo. D. 



le«— 7f5o8. 

5-Beggs Trading Co. (D. S.) 
;y Book & Sta. Co. 
pie, C. H. S. 

— 44i395. 

berry, Otis. 

s-Beggs Dry Goods Co. (D. S.) 

js, W. H. 

h-Slayden Stationery Co. 

i. — 10,204. 

r, W. W. 
led, E. E. 
lerman Bros. 



CONNECTICUT 

1.-15,152. 

son, J. M. 
n, H. A. 
e, E. L. 

ort. — 102,054. 

s & Betts. 

and Dry Goods Co. (D. S.) 

on, Horace H., 364 Main St. 

b, L. D., II P. O. Arcade. 

. D. M., Co. (D. S.) 

1, Murray & Co. (D. S.) 



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CONNECTICUT 



BristoL— 9,537. 
Barnard, B. O. 



DAiibiiry.— -ao»334. 

Cuff, Jas. E. 

McLean Bros. (D. S.) 

Hartford.-i^i5. 

Beer8,Robt. C. P. O. Box 588. (Rare) 

Bliss, Walter. (Rare) 

Brown, Thomson & Co. (D. S.) 

Fox, G., & Co. (D. S.) 

Hartranft, F. B., 49 Pearl St. (S-h.) 

McDonough, W. t., 64 Pratt St. 

Pfeiffer, Geo. (German) 

Sill, Emilie M. 

Smith, E. N., 90 Pearl. (S-h.) 

Smith, Jesse G., 208 Asylum St. 

Smith s MettJeton. 

Warfield, G. F. & Co., 77 Asylum St. 

Wise, Smith & Co. (D. S.) 

Meriden. — 37»365. 

Schmelzer (August) Co. 
SUU, E. T. 

Middletown.— z i^Sz* 

Broatch, J. Allison. 

Coughlin, Wm. J. (Catholic) 

Hazen, Lucius R. 

Wesleyan Bookstore, R. W. Eaton, Mgr. 

Mystic— 4,500. 
Seamans, E. B. 

New Britain.— 43,916. 

Chatfield, Mrs. E. H. (News) 
Hamlin, J. L., & Co. 
Hultgren, Chas. M. (Swedish) 
Thomson, W. B. Co. 

New Haven.— 133,605. 

Judd, E. P., Co. 

Kingsbury, W. H. Co. 

Malley, Edw. Co. (D. S.) 

Parker, W. H. (S-h.) 

Pease-Lewis Co. 

Whitlock, C. E. H. (Educa.) 

Woolsen, Geo. & Co. 

Yale Co-operative Corporation. 

New London. — 19,659. 

Bee Hive Store, S. A. Goldsmith. (D. S.) 
Calvert, DeWitt Co. (S-h.) 
Hislop (James) & Co. (D. S.) 
Keeney (Edwin) & Co. 
Meade, A. J. 
Utley, H. D. 

Norwich. — 20,367. 

Cranston & Co. 

Griffin, Wm. 

Lowell Bros. 

Morgan, J . A. 

Noyes & Davis. 

Porteous & Mitchell. 

Reid & Hughes Co. (The Boston Store) 



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CONNECTICUT 

Stamford. — 35»i38. 

Hislop, J. & Co. 
Jones, W. H. 
Miller, C. O. 

Wallingford. 
Saunders, M. B. 

Wtterlmry.— 73,141 . 

Baumgartner Bros. 

Curran Dry Goods Co. 

Davis & Nye. 

Devereaux, J. H., & Co. 

Ells, George N., Co. 

Kecler, H. W. & Co., 178 S. Main St. (S-h.) 

Lyon, Augustus. 

Rcid-Hughcs Dry Goods Co. (D. S.) 

Windsor.— 
Williams, J. H. (S-h.) 

DELAWARE 

Wilmington.— 37,41 1 . 
Butler, £. S. R., & Son. 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 

Wftshington.— 33 1 ,069. 

Ballantyne, William & Sons, 1409 F St., N. W. 
Brentano's, 1228 F. St., N. W. 
Byrne, John, & Co., 1322 F St., N. W. (Law) 
Cole, T. £., 715 Colorado Bldg. (Law) 
Collins, Hauser & Co., 917 G St., N. W. 
Freind, S., 506 nth St., N. W. (Government) 
Gallery, Wm. J., & Co., 733 7th St., N. W. 

(CathoUc) 
HeitmuUer, Anton, 1307 X4th St., N. W. (S-h.) 
Kann, S., & Sons & Co., Sth St. & Penn. Ave., 

N. W. (D. S.) 
Lisner, A., ** Palais Royal,'' nth and G Sts. 

(D. S.) 
Lowdermilk, W. H., & Co., 1424 F St., N. W. 

(S-h.) 
Old Book Shop, B. J. Collins, Mgr., S20 14th St., 

N. W. (S-h.) 
Oriental Esoteric Library, 1443 Q St., N. W. 

(Mail Order) 
Pearlman's Book Shop, 504 nth St, N. W. 

(S-h.) 
Purcell, C. C, 418 9th St., N. W. 
Rare Book Shop, J. F. Meegan, 813 17th St. 

(S-h.) 
Schiller, Daniel, 227 Penn. Ave., N. W. (S-h.) 
Washington News Co., 313 6th St., N. W. 

(Wholesale) 
Woodward & Lothrop, loth and F Sts., N. W. 

(D. S.) 

FLORIDA 

Jacksonville.— 57,699. 

Drew, H. & W. B., Co 

Johnson, John H. & Co., 206 Bridge St. 

{ones, J. W. 
ones, O. T. 
Riles, R. J., & Co. 
Vance, A. B. & Co. 



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FLORIDA 

Key West— 19,^45. 
Key West News Co. 

Lake City.— 5,033. 
Markham Book Co. 

Palatka.— 3,779. 
Rowton, C. £. 

Pensacola.— 22,983. 

Coe, John M. 
Johnson, C. R. 
Walker, J. A. 

Tallahassee.— 5,081 . 

Clark, Erastus N. 

Tampa.— 37,782. 

Barreda, Julian. (Spanish) 

Chenot, W. E. 

Shaw-Clayton Stat. Co. 

Tampa Book & News Co., J. A. M. Grable. 



GEORGIA 

Albany. — 8,190. 

Lonsberg Book & Music House. 
Sale-Davis Drug Co. 



Americus. — 8,063. 

Americus Book Co. 

Holiday, M. S. (Mrs. J. J.) 

New Book Store, Miss Susie Taylor. 

Athens. — 14,913. 

McGregor, D. W., Co. 
Michael Bros. (D. S.) 
Wooten, T. B. (Agent) 

Atlanta. — 154,839. 

Buehl Book Co., 69 Whitehall St. 
Cole Book Co., 85 Whitehall St. 
Columbian Book Co., 81 Whitehall St. 
Delbridge & Rice. 
Doonan, J. T. & Co. 
Georgia News Co. 

Harrison Co., Inc., 50 E. Hunter St. (Law) 
Lester Book & Sta. Co., 60 Peachtree St. 
Miller Book Store, 39 Marietta St. 
Orr, H. Watson Stationery Co. 
Robert, H. C. Anstell Bldg. (Relidous) 
Southern Book Concern, 71 Whitehall St. 
Southern School Book Depository, xa Trinity 
Ave. 

Atigusta. — 41 ,040. 

Dellquest, A. W., Book Co., 215 17th St. 

New & Old Book Store. 

Pendleton's Book Store, Inc., Murphy & Farrar, 

Props. 
Richards Stationery Co. 
Williams, F. E. 

Bainbridge. — ^4,2 1 7. 

Belcher Bros. 



Brunswick. — 10,182. 

Fleming & Waff. 



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GEORGU 

CaxToUton.— 3,297. 
Horton, N. A. 

Cohimbos. — ^20,554. 

Antiquarian Book Concern. 
Pitchford, Chas. P. 
Pease, J. Norman. 
White Co., The. 

Cordale.—SiSSa. 
Cordale Book Co. 



I>iibl]]i.'5»795. 
Tarpley, E. J. 



Pitzgerald.— 5,795. 

Robertson, H. K. & Co. 

Gainsville.— 5,925. 

Campbell, T. S. & Son. 
Gainsville Book Co. 
Parker's Book Store. 

GriflSn.— 7,478. 
Amoss, H. M. 

Macon. — ^40,665. 

Brown's Book Store, G. P. Fuller. 
McEvoy Book & Sta. Co. 
Macon Book Co. 



Marietta Bookstore Co. 
Siler, S. £. Miss. 

MilledgeTille.— 4,385. 
Culver & Kidd. 

Moultrie. — 3,349. 

Moultrie Book Store. 
Woolard, H. D. 

Rome. — 13,099. 

Rome Book Store Co. 
Shropshire, £. L. 
Veach, R. S. 

SaTannah. — 65,064. 

Adler, Leopold. (D. S.) 
Connor's Book Store, 6 SUte St., E. 
Estel, Wm. 
Gardner, J. (S-h.) 
Oemler, J. M. 

TliOiiiiasvflle. — 6,727. 
Robison, J. E., & Co. 



HAWAIIAn ISLAin>S 

Honolulu. — ^39,306. 

Arleigh, A. B., & Co. 
Cross Roads 6k. Shop, Ltd. 
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd. 
Thrum, Thos. G. 
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd. 



249 



AMERICAN LIBRARY ANNUAL 



IDAHO 
Boise.— 17,358. 

Arch, Cunningham & Co. 

Boise Book & Music Co. 

Faust, Edwin J., Art and Curio. Store. 

Gray, Wade. 

Pinney, J. A. & Co. 

Seller, H., & Co. 

Caldwell.— 3,543. 
McKnight, R. W. & Co. 

Lewiston. — i ,643. 

Butler, C. E. (Drugs). 
Carson Drug Co. 
Thatcher & Kling. 

Moscow. 

Hodgins, R. 
Sherfey, R. R. 

Pocatello. 
Book Store Co., G. J. Bailey, Prop. 



ILLINOIS 
Alton.— 17,528. 

Holden, Chas. 
Seeley, Robt. Fulton. 

Aurora. — 29,807. 

Cooper Bros. (D. S.) 
Dorchester- Wilcox Co. (Drugs) 
Hodder, John H. & Co. 
Holmes Bros. (Drugs) 
Klein, Peter. 
Phillips, J. W. 
Schickler, F. P. 
Sawyer, M. C (D. S.) 
Smith, F. Byron. (D. S.) 
Streeter, F. B. 

Belleville. — 21,122. 

Weismann, Joseph. 
Winkler & Schirmer. 

Bloomington. — 25,768. 

Levy, Maurice. (D. S.) 

Little Book Shop, P. C. Somerville, Mgr. 

Public School Publishing Co. 

Read & White. 

Wagner, H. C. 

Cairo. — 14,548. 

Coleman, James. 

DeBaun, A. T. (Educa.) 

Fahr, Fred. G., Printing Co. 

Loflin, L. C, Co., The. 

Novelty Shop, John Hophling, Prop. 

Schuh, Harry W., Drug Co. 

Canton. — 10,453. 

Moore, C. T. 

A. L. Owings & Co. 

Carthage.— 2,373. 

Hoch, Edward. 

Centralia. — 9,680. 

Centralia Book & Sta. Co. 



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DIRECTORY OF BOOKSELLERS 



ILLINOIS 

Cunningham, Bros. (Drugs) 
Faiilkner, Watson. (Educa.) 
Lioyde, David H., & Sons. 
Rising & Lange. (Educa.) 
Robeson, Frank K. (D. S.) 
Swannel, H., & Co. (Educa.) 
University of Illinois Supply Store. 

Chicago.— 2,185,283 

Adair Book Co., 26 E. Van Buren St. (S-h.) 
Ahlswede, Ed., 2500 W. North Ave. 
Albaugh-Dover Co., 3100 Marshall Boulevard. 

(Mail orders) 
American Baptist Publication Society, 109 

S. Wabash Ave. 
American Bible Society, 332 S. Michigan Ave. 
American Tract Society, 440 S. Dearborn St. 
Anderson, John, Pub. Co., 511 N. Peoria St. 

(Scandinavian) 
Anderson, L. H., 6947 N. Clark St. 
Arts and Crafts Book Shop, 15 E. Washington 

St. 
Atkinson, Mentzer & Grover, 231 8 W.Wash. St. 

(Educa.) 
Atlas School Supply Co., 1024 W. Van Buren 

St. 
Augustana Book Concern, 127 N. Dearborn St. 

(Lutheran) 
Barker, Geo. W., 114 S. Dearborn St. (S-h.) 
Barnes- Wilcox, C. M., Co., 323 S. Wabash 

Ave. (Educa.) 
Bartsch, F. R., 330 W. 69th St. (Educa.) 
Beckwith, G. W., 242 E. 3Sth St. 
Benziger Bros., 214 W. Monroe St. (Catholic) 
Bible Inst. Colportage Assn., 826 La Salle 

Ave. (Religious) 
Blake, M. B., & Son, 1449 E. 57th St. (Cir. 

Lib.) 
Book and Art Exchange, 81 E. Madison St. 
Book Supply Co., The, 231 W. Monroe St. 
Borg, C. L., 6 1 07-6 1 09 Halsted St. 
Bopp Charies Jr., 2598 N. Clark St. 
Boston Store, State & Madison Sts. (D. S.) 
Bradshaw & Co., 1947 W. Madison St. 
Bradt, S. B., 234 W. S3d St. 
Brauns, G., & Son, 102 S. Wabash Ave. (Ger- 
man Lutheran) 
Browne's Book Store, 410 S. Michigan Ave. 
Burros, Cless O., 106 Wisconsin Ave., Oak Park. 
Butler Bros., 7 Randolph St., Bridge. (Whole- 
sale) 
Callaghan & Co., 68 W. Washington St. (Law) 
Carroll, Dennis M., 1555 N. Clark St. 
Carroll, S. C, 720 No. State St. 
Carson, Pirie, Scott Co., 18 S. Wabash Ave. 

(D. S.) 
Century Book Shop, 4360 Evanston Ave. 
Charles, Thos., & Co., 125 N. Wabash Ave. 
Chicago Book Co., 226 S. La Salle St. 
Chicago Daily Socialist, Book Dept., 207 W. 

Washington St. 
Chicago Medical Book Company, 132 N. 

Wabash Ave. (Medical) 
Church Supply Co., D. A. Hanagan, Mgr.' 6 

Monroe St. (Catholic) 
Clarkson, David B. Co., The, 630 S. Wabash 

Ave. (Mail Orders.) 
Claypool, E. A., 952 N. Clark St. (Geneal.) 



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AMERICAN LIBRARY/ANNUAL 



ILLINOIS 
Chicago. 

Congregational Sunday School & Pub. Soc. 

(See Pilgrim Press) 
Convent Book Concern, 167 W. Washington 

St. 
Curry's Book Shop, 1133 Wilson Ave. 
Curry, C. W., 321 E. Randolph St. 
Daleiden, John P., Co., 153a Sedgwick St. 

(Catholic) 
De Lawrence, Scott & Co., 538 S. Dearborn St. 

(Mail Orders) 
Doemer, J., 635 Wells St. (S-h.) 
Dramatic Pub. Co., C. H. Sergei, Prop., 

Pontiac BIdg. 
Dyniewiez, W., 531 Noble St. (Polish) 
Eger Alex., 132 W. Lake St. (Veterinary) 
Engberg-Holmberg Pub. Co., 358 W. Chicago 

Ave. (Swedish) 
Engelke, Geo., 855 N. Clark St. (S-h.) 
Ernst, Max F., 54 E. 2 2d St. 
Fair, The, State & Adams Sts. (D. S.) 
Farquhar & Albrecht, 62^ S. Wabash Ave. 

(Educa.) 
Fash, Henry, 1433 W. Madison St. 
Field (Marshall) & Co. (D. S.) 
FitzGerald Book Co., 160 N. Dearborn St. 
Flanagan, A., Co., 521 S. Wabash Ave. 

(Educa.) 
Flood, T. H., & Co., 214 W. Madison St. 

(Law) 
Foster, Thomas, 6917 Parairie Ave. 
Geringer, Aug., 541 W. 12th St. (Bohemian) 
Gowrie, Gavan, 364 Wendel St. (Radical) 
Gram, W. J. B., Oak Park. 
Hager, Mary T., 1616 W. Madison St. 
Hall &McCreary, 432 S.Wabash Ave. (Educa.) 
Halley Book Co., 711 S. Dearborn St. 
Halsey Bros. Co., 30 N. Wabash Ave, 

(Homeop.) 
Hansen, D. B., & Sons, 2320 W. Lake St. 

(Church Goods) 
Hayes, Mrs. A. A., 1856 N. Humboldt. 
Hays, Cushman, Co., 29 E. Monroe St. (S-h.) 
Helm, S. Harvey, 545 Rush St. 
Hertel, John A., 601 W. Jackson Boulevard. 
Heyerdahl, R., 2608 S. Halstead St. 
Hill, Walter M., 831 MarshaU Field Bldg. 

(Rare) 
Hillman's, 112 State St. (D. S.) 
Illinois Book Exchange, 309 Lakeside Bldg. 

(S-h.) 
Indo-American Book Co., 218 N. Redzie Ave. 
Jennings & Graham (Western Meth. Book 

Concern), 14 W. Washington St. 
Johnson, Nillis, 2224 W. Van Buren St. 
Jones, George I., 202 S. Clark St. (Law) 
Kellner, Frank, 443 W. 63d St. 
Keystone Book Co., 67 E. Van Buren St. 
Killacky Mrs., B. M., 618 W. 47th Place. 
Klein, Sol., 2010 S. Halsted St. (D. S.) 
Koelling & Klappenbach, 170 W. Adams St. 

(Foreign) 
Kroch, A., & Co., 59 E. Monroe St. (Foreign) 
Levin, Mrs. H., 1313 W. 14th Place. (School 

Bks.) 
Levy, S. D., 500 E. 43d St. 
The Library Shelf, 218 S. Wabash Ave. 
Liebeck, C. F., 123 E. 63d St. 
Liebl, F. X., 1656 Cleveland Ave. 
Liess, J. R. & Co., 61 W. Michigan St. 



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DIRECTORY OF BOOKSELLERS 



ILLINOIS 
Chicago. 

" Lietuvos " Pub. Office, 3252 S. Halstcad St. 

(Lithuanian) 
Little Book Shop, Edith Sears, 1143 E. 55th 

St. 
Loveless, Jos. A., 1252 N. Clark St. 
Lyon Bros., 329 W. Madison St. (Wholesale) 
McCall, W. I., 3916 Cottage Grove Ave. 
McClurg, A. C, & Co., 218 S. Wabash Ave. 

(Retail); 330 E. Ohio St. (Wholesale) 
MacDonald, Chas., & Co., 6 W. Wash. St. 
Madison Book Shop, C. T. Powner, 1660 W. 

Madison St. 
Mandel Bros., State and Madison Sts. (D. S.) 
Merriman, L. L., 1705 W. Madison St. 
Meyer & Bros., 77 W. Washington St. 
Morris, F. M., Co., 104 E.Wabash Ave. (Rare) 
National Booklovers' League. M. B. Ross, 

Mgr., 4455 Woodlawn Ave. 
Newton Shop, 1315 E. 63d St. 
Niglutsch, Francis R., 508 S. Dearborn St. 

(Subscription) 
Oak Park Book Shop, C. O. Burrows, 106 

Wisconsin Ave., Oak Park. 
Oaks, W. W., Oak Park. 
O'Dea, M. T., 521 N. Sute St. 
Orr, Miss A. C., 304 E. 31st St. 
Piasecki, Kazimerz L., 4629 S. Ashland Ave. 

(Polish) 
Pilgrim Press (Cong. S. S. & Pub. Co.), 19 

West Jackson Boulevard 
Powner's Book Store, 37 N. Clark St. (S-h.) 
Presbyterian Bd. of Publication, 509 S. Wabash 

Ave. 
Revell, Fleming H., Co., 125 N. Wabash Ave. 
Roterburg, A., 151 W. Ontario St. 
Rothschild, A. M., & Co., State & Van Buren 

Sts. (D. S.) 
Schwarz, Jos. E., 1424 W. 51st St. 
Sears, Roebuck & Co., (Mail Orders) 
Seffer, A., 434 S. Wood St. (Medical Bks.) 
Severingham & Beilfuss, 778 Milwaukee Ave. 
Shaudinisky, B. & Co., 1109 W. 12th St. 
Sherwood Co., 14th & Lincoln Sts. (Toys) 
Siegel, Cooper & Co. (D. S.) 
Speakman, E., & Sons, 435 Honore St. 

(Medical) 
Swedish M. E. Book Concern, 351 W. Oak St. 
Theosophical Book Corportion, 410 S. Mich- 
igan Ave. 
University of Chicago Press, Book Room, 

58th St. & Ellis Ave. 
Van Dort, G. B., Co.. 206 S. La Salle St. (Art) 
Ward (Montgomery) &Co., Michigan Ave. & 

Madison St. (Mail Orders) 
Western Book & Sta. Co., 4295 Wabash Ave. 
Western News Co., The, 225 W. Madison St. 
Wiebolt, W. A., Co., 1279 Milwaukee Ave. 

(D. S.) 
Wood worth, V. A., 1302 E. 57 th St. 

Danville.— 27371. 

Elliot & Son. 
Greenbaum, Gus & Co. 
Woodbury Book Co. 



Decatur.— 31,140. 

Chodat, L., & Co. 
College Supply Store. 



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AMERICAN LIBRARY ANNUAL 



ILLmOIS 
Decatur. 

Haines & Essick. 

Linn & Scruggs Co. (D. S.) 

Parr & Parr. 

Dekalb.~8ioa. 
Pritchard & Dickerman. 

Dixon. — 7216. 
Edwards, L. E. 

East St Loui8.~58,547. 

Kresse, F. O., & Robert. 
Watson, M. W., & Son. 

Elgm.— 35,976. 

Ackermann Bros. 
Brethren Pubb'shing House. 
Cook, David C, Pub. Co. 
Fehrman Bros. 
GUbert, Wm J. 
Stumme & Strubing. 
Swan, Theodore F. 
Zook, H. L. 

Evanston. — 34,798. 

Blunt's Book Store. 
Chandler, H. E., & Co. 
Hertel, C. L. (Educa.) 
Lord, William S. (D. S.) 



Frecport.— 17,567. 

Brown & DoUmeyer. 

Pattison & Kryder. 

" S." Art & Book Shop. 

Young, W. T., & Co., 93 Stephenson St. 



(S. S. Supplies) 



Galesburg. — 22,089. 

Coad, F. L. 
Goldsmith & Temple. 
Johnson, O. T., Co. (D. S.) 
Stromberg & Tenny. 

Geneseo. — 3,i99« 

Austin, Wm. 
Sweeney, Hart R. 

Jacksonville. — 1 5,326. 

Armstrong, W. L. 
Obermeyer, J. A. & Son. 
Ransdall Book Store. 

Joliet.— 34,670. 

Bray, Est. of Ed. M. 
Hall, Frank. 

Joliet Book & Sta. Store. 
Joliet News Printing Co. 
News Co., The. 

Kankakee. — 13,896. 

Picard, Arthur. 
Rondy, J. J. 

Kewanee. — 9,307. 

Clears, H. R. 
Lees, E. D. 
Remick, W. H. 



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ILLINOIS 



La Salic— 11,537. 

Clancy W. J. 

Corbus, CM. (Mrs. F. W.) 

M alone, James £. 

Lincoln. — 1 0,89a. 

Layman & Ritchey. 
Reed, Chas. C. Co. 

Mattoon. — 1 1 ,456. 
Armentrout, J. C. 

Moline. — 34,199. 

Carlson Bros. 
Coyne, C. C. (Drugs) 
Sohrbeck Bros. (Drug^) 



Monmouth. — 9,1 28. 
Wirtz Book Co. 

Naperville. — 3^449. 
North Western College Book Store. 

Normal. — ^4,024. 

Coen, G. H. 
McKnight & McKnight. 

Ottawa.— 9,535. 
Graham, W. J. 

Pekin. — 9,897. 
Blenkiron, W. 

Peoria. — 66,950. 

Bergner, P. A., & Co. (D. S.) 

Daenicke, P. (S-h. & Educa.) 

High, Harry. 

Jacquin & Co. 

Peoria Book Exchange. 

Schipper & Block, D. G. Co. (D. S.) 

Tripp, D. H., & Son. 

Qnincy.- 36,587. 

Doerr, A. 

Lyford, Geo. H., & Co. 
Oenning, Glass & Book Co. 
Taylor, E. J., & Co. 
White, Mrs. A. 

m 

Rockford.— 45,401. 

Flodell, Gust. 
MacFarland, H. D. & Co. 
Rockford Book Shop. 
Stewart, D. J., & Co. (D. G.) 
Waldo, H. H., Co. 
Wendell Stationery Co. 

Rock Island. — ^34,335. 

Augustana Book Concern. 

Crampton Book & Sta. Co., E. 0. Vaile, Prop. 

McCabe, L. S., & Co. (D. S.) 

Young & McCombs. (D. S.) 

Shelbyville.- 3,590. 

Beetle, Chas. H. (Stationery) 
Hopkins, £. M. (Drugs) 
Pate, L. F. (Drugs) 
Rhoads, G. W. (Drugs) 

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ILLINOIS 

Springfield.— 51,678. 

Barker, H. E. (S-h.) 

Coe, Bros. 

Diller's Book Store, J. W. Diller, Prop. 

Faith, May A. (Catholic) 

Fisk & Co. (Law) 

MacPherson & Edwards (D. S.) 

Simmons, Frank & Co. 



(D. S.) 



(MaU Orders) 



Streator.— 14,353. 

Heenan, D., Mercantile Co. 
Hershey, D. A. (Educa.) 
Murray, D. C. (D. S.) 

Urbaiuu — 8,245. 

Knowlton & Bennett. 

Waukegan. — 1 6,069. 

Ponsonby & Jemison. 
Wandel, Wm. F. 

INDIANA 

Anderson. — ^33,476. 

Anderson News Co. 
Brickley, E. T. 
Decker Bros. Book Co. 
Gospel Trumpet Pub. Co. 

Bedford.— 8,716. 

Bedford Drug Co. 
Messick & Dodd. (Drugs) 
Owl Drug Store. 
Wilson's Dept. Store. 



Bloomington.— 833B. 

Book Nook, The, H. G. Maddoz, Prop. 

City Book & News Co., J. G. McPheeters, Prop. 

Co-operative Assn. of Indiana University. 

Schuitz & Scott. 

Vills, Crawford. 

Wicks Co. (D. S.) 

Brazil. — 9,340. 
Brattin, D. W. 

Columbus. — 8,813. 
Cimimims, George H. 



Crawf ordsville. — 9,371 . 

Schuitz & Scott. 

Danville. — 1,640. 
Hargrave, C. A. 

Elkhart.— 19,282. 

Bell, Jas. A., Co. 
Mennonite Pub. Co. 
Sykes, H. B., & Co. (D. S.) 
Timmins, Fred S. 

Elwood. — iz,oa8. 

Gillespie News Co. 

Green, F. W. 

Leeson, R. L., & Sons Co. (D. S.) 

Saylor, Dr. F. L. (Drugs) 



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DIRECTORY OF BOOKSELLERS 



INDIANA 

ETansville. — 69,647. 

Andres Co. (D. S.) 

Determann, E. (Church Goods) 

De Vry Co. 

Fowler, Dick & Walker. (D. S.) 

Geupel, John M. & Son. 

Hart, Wm. £., 3,933. 

Smith & Butterneld. 

Fort Wayne.— 63,933. 

Baade, W. C. 

Beadell & Co. (D. S.) 

Lehman Book & News Co. 

Sander, Chas. W. (Educa.) 

Spiegel, J. E., Jr. 

Wolf & Dessauer. (D. S.) 

Frankfort.— 8,634. 

Ashman & Cullom. (Drugs) 
Bryant, Lena M. 
Given & Campbell. 
Hammond Bros. (Drugs) 

Gary. — i6,8oa. 

Kleinschmit, Frank. 

Goshen. — 8,514. 
News Book Store. 

Greencastle. — 3,790. 
Langdon, J. K. & Co. 

Hammond. — 20,925. 

BrusseU, Geo. 

Cox & Mee. 

Kaufman & Wolf. (D. S.) 

Negele, Otto. 

Summers & Sons. (Educa.) 

Huntington.— 10,272. 

Bamhart Book Store. 
Bechstein, A. C. 

Indanapolis.— 233,650. 

Adams, J. D. & Co., 217 Belmont Ave. (Educa.) 

Aleiter, Wm., 1601 S. Meriden St. (Cath.) 

Hicks, R. L., 128 N. Alabama Ave. 

Indiana News Co. 

Indianapolis Book & Sta. Co. 

Kiger, S. D. & Co. 

Krieg Bros., 112 S. Illinois St. (Catholic) 

Pettis Dry Goods Co., E. Washington St. 

(D. S.) 
Pingpank, Chas. F., 123 Virginia Av. (S-h.) 
Scooeld-Pierson & Co., 146 N. Pennisrivania 

St. 
Stewart, W. K., Co., p-zx W. Washington St. 
Wilson, A. N., 3 N. Alabama St. (S-h.) 

Jefferaonville. — 10413. 
Schimpff, Chas. A., & Son. 

Kokomo. — 17,010. 

Hubbard, E. H. (Drugs) 
Hutchins Drug Co. 
Mehlig, Louis. 
Thalman & Levi. (D. S.) 



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AMERICAN LIBRARY ANNUAL 



INDIANA 

Lafayette. — 20,081 . 

Jacques & Southworth Co. 
Johnson, Francis. 
Kimmel & Herbert. 
Loeb, Hene & Co. 
Zinn & Co. 

La Porte. — 10,525. 

How Bros. (Jewellers) 
Hartwell, Miss M. B. 
La Porte Book & Sta. Co. 

Logansport. — 19,050. 

Graves, C. W. 
Niff, E., & Co. 
Seybold Dry Goods Co., The. 



(D. S.) 



Madison. — 6,934. 

Calloway, B. F. Co., The. 
Drake, N. J. & Co. 
Walker, H. & L. 

Marioii.~i9,359. 

Borley, A. C. (D. S.) 
Boston Store. (D. S.) 
Freel & Mason. (Drugs) 

iamieson, C. C. & Co. 
.eedy, A. W. (Jewelry) 

Michigan City.— 19,027. 

Hopkins, Misses. 
Schoenemann, E. J. 

Munde. — 24,005. 

McNaughton, W. A., Co. 
Penzel, C. A. 
Shumack, H. A. 
Stewart, Marion. 
Watson, Oscar. 

New Albany. — 20,629. 

Baker Printing Co. 
Carle ton, Mrs. E. N. (S-h.) 
Hedden Dry Goods Co. (D. S.) 
Smith, G. W. & Son. 

Peru. — 10,910. 
West & Stevens. 

Richmond. — 22,324. 

Iliff & Co. 
Mc Donnell, T. F. 
Moorman, Clara T. 
Nicholson & Brother. 

South Bend.~53,684. 

Brandon Durrell Co. 
Herr & Herr. 
Mclntyre, C. C. 
Miller, Henry S. 

Terre Haute. — 58,157. 

Craft, Isaac. 

Godecke, Edw. L. 

Haven & Geddes Co., The. 

Herz, A. (D. S.) 

Inland Publishing Co. 

Orbiel Supply Co. 

Root Dry Goods Co. (D. S.) 

Smith, Louis. 



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DIRECTORY OF BOOKSELLERS 



INDIANA 

Yalfwraiso.— ^,987. 

Bogarte, M. E., Book Co. 
Lowenstine J. & Sons. (D. S.) 
Miner, A. C. & Co. 

Ytncennes. — 14,895. 
Davidson, Wm. 
Flint-Holmes Co. (D. S.) 
Lieberman, Frank. 
Miller, C. S., Drug & Su. Co. 



IOWA 
Ames. — ^4,333. • 

Grove, E. T. 
Judisch Bros. 
Knapp, Herman. 

Anamosa. — 2,983. 
Elliott, A. C. 

Boone. — 10,347. 

Byers Book Store. 
Hewitt, Qeo. F. 

Burlington. — 23,201 . 

Boesch, John Co. 

Gnahn, E. C. • 

Mauro & Wilson. 

Cedar Falls.— 5,012. 

Cedar Falls Dry Goods Co. 
Latta, J. S. 
Normal Book Store. 
Pfeiflfer Co., The. 
Wise, C. A. Sons & Co. 

Cedar Ri^ds.— 32,81 1. 

Albright, John W. 

Denecke, Chas. 

Goodyear-Marshall Publishing Co. 

Hanson-Holden Co. 

Mullin, Geo. A., Co. 

Torch Press Book Shop. (S-h. & Rare) 

Charles City.— 5^)2. 
Rust & Co. (D. S.) 

Clinton.— 25,577. 

Brackus, Geo. H. 
Henning & Co. (Drugs) 
Hurd, C. D. 
Reid & Carger. 
Reid, Dewitt Co. 

Conndl Bluffs. — 29,293. 

Brackett, L. C. 
Bushnell, D. W. 
Crockwell, J.. D., & Son. 

Davenport.- 43,028. 

Fidler & Chambers. 

Hamed & Von Maur. (D. S.) 

Hasselmann, K. 

Peterson, J. H. C. Sons. (D. S.) 

Thompson, Thomas. 

White, E. M., Co. 

Zoeckler, Bruno. 



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AMERICAN LIBRARY ANNUAL 



IOWA 

Des Moines. — 86,368. 

Burzacott, Wm. 

Des Moines Dept. Store Co. 

Des Moines Stationery Co. 

Dorman, John B., 209 Fifdi St. (Educa.) 

Fair, The. 

Fike & Fike. (S-h.) 

Harris-Emery Co. (D. S.) 

Highland Park Book Store. 

Jacobs, Moses. 

McNamara-Kentworthy Co., 507 Locust St. 

Miller, H. Jesse, 805 Locust St. 

Moore, W. W. 

University Book Store, C. R. Aumer. 

Younker Bros. (D. S.) 

Dubuque. — ^38,494. 

Buettelle Bros. Co. 
Fitzpatrick Co., C. E. 
Harger & Blish. (Fiction) 
Phillips, F. F., Co. (Church Goods) 
Roshek Bros. Co. (D. S.) 
Stampfer, J. F., Dry Goods Co. 

Fort Dodge.— Z5»543. 

Berryhill, R. B., Co. 
Findlay, C. V. 
Oieson Drug Co. 
Peterson, H. E. 
Stevens, R. M. 

Grinnell, — S)036. 

The Storm Pharmacy* 
Yeager & Stoaks. 

Haworden. — 2,107. 

Harlan, L. L. 

Iowa City.— 10,091. 

Beitsch, A. C. 
Cerney & Louis. 
Cemy & Louis. 
Ries, J. T. 
Wienecke, C. L. (Miss) 

Keokuk. — 14,008. 

Collier Stationery Co. 
Rollins, C. H., & Co. 
Westcott, Sam C. Co. 

Marshalltown.— 13,375. 

Campbell, J. J. & S. E. 
Lay, E. R. (D. S.) 
Leibig, V. E. 
Mullin, Geo. A. Co. 
Simmons, J. B. 

Mason City.— 11,230. 

Barber & Co., Chas. H. 
Harvey, R. W. 
Hemott, D. B. 
Remley, Miss C. 

Muscatine. — 16,178. 

Neidig, F. A. 
Stein, S. G. 
Umschied & Seiler. 
Wagner, Bros. 



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IOWA 

Oskaloosa. — 9,466. 

Central Book Store, A. L. Black. 
Corse, Mrs. M. 
Cressy & Cressy. 
Ralston, Chas. H. 

Ottumwa. — a2,oia. 

Clark, Frank B. (Educa.) 

Clark, Roy P. 

Crescent Drug & Book Co. 

Donelan, W. J., & Co. (D. S.) 

Edgerly, J. W., & Co. (Wholesale) 

Graham, H. A. & Co. 

Gilt Edge Bk. & Art Store, B. D. La Force, 

Prop. 
Longfellow Book Store, Roy P. Clarke. 
Mjmard, W. H. (Educa.) 
Phillips, J. A. (D. S.) 
Scott, E. M. B. (Educa.) 
Stevens, L. E. 

Sioux City.— 47,828. 

Davidson Bros. Co. (D. S.) 

Fitzgibbon, G. 

Martin, T. S., & Co. (Dry Goods) 

Pelletier Co. (D. S.) 

Pinckney, J. M., Co. 

Sioux City Sta. Co. 

Waterloo. — 26,693. 

Henderson, J. L. 
Snowden, Geo. O. 
Taggart, H. W. 
Wangler Bros. 
Yetter & Waters. 



KANSAS 



AtcUnson. — 16,429. 

Johnson, W. L. 
Stephens, Mrs. I. P. 

Belleville. — 2,224. 
Benson, H. G. 

Beloit — 3,082. 
Mahaffa, Robert. 

Chanute. — 9,722. 
Wilder, G. P. 

C^ofifeyville.— 1 2,687. 

Jane, E. M. 
McCrum News Co. 
Patton, I. H., Co. 
Rucker, L. A. 

^ Hswortfa. — 2,041 . 
Collett, G. A. 



'inporia. — 9,058. 

Eckdall & McCarty Book & Su. Co. 

Ellis, Frank A. 

Graham Book & Art Store. 

McCord & McCord. 

Morris, D. W., & Son. 

Normal Book Store, J. M. Knox. 

Rowland, G. H. 



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AMBRICAN LIBRARY ANNUAL 



KANSAS 

Fort Soott— 10,463. 

Bumes, Mrs. £. K. 

City Book Store. 

Fort Scott Book & Su. Store. 

Gtlena.— ^,096. 

Grant, G. W. 
Ober, Mary £• 

Htttchinsoii. — x6,364. 

Hutchinson Book & Art Co. Whitel k Fergu- 
son, Props. 
Winslow, H. D. 

lodepeiideiice. — zOy48o. 

Parish News Co. 
Pratt Book & SU. Co. 

Evans Bros. 

Kansas City. — 82,330. 

Homuth, £. 

Horton-Tibbs Mercantile Co. (D. S.) 

Maunder & Dougherty. 

Lawrence. — 1 2,734. 

Carter, F. I., 1025 Mass. Ave. 

Keeler, John A. 

Lawrence Book & Music Store. 

Rowland, D. L. 

University Book Store, Mrs. L. M. Gibb. 

Wolf's Book Store. 

Leavenworth. — 19,363. 

Chance, C. M., & Co. 
Ettensen, Wolf & Co. 
Kiser, S. H. 
Putnam Book Co. 

Manhattan.— 5,73a. 

Brewer, H. W. 

Student's Co-operative Store. 

Varney, Guy. 

Oswego.— 2,317. 
Daniels, F. M. 



Ottawa.— 7,650. 

Becker & Dorsey. 
Burcan, F. J. 

Parsons.— 12,463- 

Bero, Ed.f Jr. 
Hubbard & Lott. 
McKnight, M. J. 
Talli'it, W. P., Jr. 

Ptttsburg*— 14*755. 
Crowell, T. J. (Drugs) 
Kvan», T. J. 
Fifiley, C. E. 
Graham, Alex, 
iUntMty, Bros. (D. S.) 

nid Drug & Book Co. 
T. F., * Co. 



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DIRECTORY OF BOOKSELLERS 



KANSAS 
Topeka.— 43,684. 

Crane & Co. 

Hall Book & Sta. Co., 623 Kansas Ave. 

Jones, D. G., Co. 

Kansas Book Co. (Educa.) 

Mills Dry Goods Co. (D. S.) 

Montgomery, Mrs. 'Dora. 

Olmstead, Mrs. Hattie. 

Zercher, M. L., Book & Su. Co. 

Wichita.— $2,450. 

Boston Store. 

Goldsmith Book & Sta Co. 

Orr, G. F., & Co. 

Rock Island Book Exchange. 

Tanner, C. A., & Co., 122 N. Main St. 

Wallenstein & Cohn Dry Goods Co. (D. S.) 



I^^nfield. — 6,700. 
Craig, Chas. C. 



KENTUCKY 

Bardstown. — 2,1 26. 
Greenweil, H. J. 

Bowling Green. — 9,173. 

Gafvin, W. V. 
Garvin, Will V. 
Pottee, L. D. & Co. 
Smith, & Co., T. J. 

Cadiz. — 1,008. 
Blane, P. A. 

Covington.— 53,270. 

Mendenhall, Carrie. 
Metzger, Mrs. F. 
Thoman, Lizzie. 
Thompson, James F. 

Frankfort — 1 0,465. 

Barrett, Guy. 
McClure, R. H. & Son. 
Meagher, M., & Co. 

Henderson. — x 1,452. 

Brown Drug Co. 

Geibel, John W. (Drugs) 

Leiber, A. J. 

Lexington.— 35,099. 

Exchange Book Store. 
Greenway, John M. 
Hawkins, E. P. 
McClure & Co. 
Norris, M. F. 
Transylvania Co. 
University Book Store. 
Wrenn & King. 

Louisville. — ^223,928. 

Bacon, J., & Sons, 330-4 W. Market St. (D . S.) 
Baptist Book Concern, 642 S. 4th Ave. 
Baptist World Pub. Co. 
Dearing, Chas. T., 4th & Jefferson Sts. 
Diehl, Frederick, 210 W. Market St. 
Kaufman-Straus Co., 427-37 S. 4th Ave. 
(D. S.) 



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AMERICAN LIBRARY [ANNUAL 



KENTUCKY 
LooisviDe. 

Liebschutz, N., 236 W. Jefferson St. (S-h.) 
Morton, John P., & Co., 423-6 W. Main St. 
New & Old Book Co., 531 S. 4th Ave. 
Rogers, Chas. A., Book Co., 418 W. Jefferson 

St. 
Straus, Herman, & Sons Co., 413-18 W. 

Market St. (D. S.) 
Stewart Dry Goods Co., 4th Ave. k Walnut 

St. (D. S.) 
Weber, Harris, 229 S. 3d Ave. (S-h.) 

Newport— 30,309. 
Hogan, Thomas. 

Owensboro, 16,011. 

Cox, George H., Co. 
Gaut, M. C. & C. W. 
Parrish, Geo. & Otis. 
Parrish, W. E. & I. N. 

Paducah. — ^22,760. 

Clements, R. D., & Co. 
Van Culin, D. L. 
Wilson's Book Store. 

LOUISIANA 

Alexandria. — 11,213. 

Kramer Book & Sta. Store. 

Baton Rouge. — 14,899. 

Baton Rouge Pub. Co. 
Brooks, C. M. 
Chambers, Michael. 
Day, B. A., & Kean. 
Herrman, F. W. 

Lake Charles. — 11,449. 

Harrop, John W. 

Irvine Book Store Co. Ltd. 

New Orleans.— 339,175. 

Alison's Old Booke Shoppe, S. H. Alison, 805 

Poydrast St. (S-h.) 
Antlers Bookshop, 322 Royal St. (S-h.) 
Bussiere, Mrs. L., 736 Royal St. (Catholic) 
Crescent Hotel & News Co., 524 Camp St. 
Excelsior Pub. Co., 1221 Decatur St. 
Finney, Mrs. B. R., 730 Royal St. (Cath.) 
Gessner, Thomas F., 807 Canal St. 
Goltdhwaite's Book Shop, 102 Exchange Place. 

(S-h.) 
Goodman, I. H., 332 Royal St. 
Hansen, F. F., & Bro., Ltd., Carondelet St. 
Hill, O. E., 108 St. Charles St. 
Holmes, D.H., & Co. (D. S.) 
Julian, J. S., 533 Royal St. (S-h.) 
Kaufman Chas. A. & Co. Ltd. (D. S.) 
Maison Blanche Co., 901 Canal St. (D. S.) 
Mason, C. B., 134 Royal St. 
McCormack, Thos., 151 Baronne St. 
New Orleans News Co. 
Peirce, O. A., 116 S. Rampart St. (S-h.) 
Quesnot, Mrs. V., 925 Royal St. (S-h.) 
Remond, A., 232 Bourbon St. (French) 
Schwartz & Siler, 218 Dauphin St. (Educa.) 
Schwartz, S. J. & Co. 

Wharton, Geo. F., 606 Commerce St. (Subr.) 
WilUams, Geo. F., P.O. Box 408 (Scientific) 



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DIRECTORY OF BOOKSELLERS 



LOUISIANA 

Shreveport — 28,015. 

Cahn, Sam. 
Hirsch & Leman. 
Hutchinson Stationery Co. 

UAnXE 
Auburn. — 15,064. 

PoUister, Sewall A. 

Augusta. — X3,aix. 

Bussell & Weston. 
Gannett & Morse. 
Pierce, J. Frank. 
Quimby, Geo. W. 
Whitman & Adams. 

Bangor. — 24,803. 

Dillingham, E. F. 
Eldridge, W. L. 
Hight & Earl. 
Nichols' Dept. Store. 
Rockliff, Miss E. M. 
Wood & Ewer. (D. S.) 

Bar Harbor. — ^2,500. 

Bar Harbor Book Shop, C. L. Himebaugh, Prop. 

Bath.— i),396. 

Fitzgerald Bros. (S-h.) 
Shaw Book Store. 
Smith, W. H., & Co. 

Biddef ord. — 1 7,097. 

Kendall, Nathan W. 
Scamman, C. G. 

Caribou.— 5,377. 
Luce, Mrs. Mary E. 

Farmington. — i ,240. 

Knowlton & McLeary Co. 
White, H. P. & Co. 

Lewiston. — 26,247. 

Bates College Store. 

Chandler, Winship & Co. 

Dionne, Mrs. C. V. 

Estes, N. D. 

FUes, Geo. B. 

Great Department Store. (D. S.) 

Portland.— 58,571. 

Bryant, Hubbard W. (S-h.) 

Eastman Bros. & Bancroft. (D. S.) 

Haskell-Armstrong Co. 

Huston, A. J., 191 Middle St. (S-h.) 

Libby, J. R., & Co. (D. S.) 

Ldghton & Valentine Co. 

Loring, Short & Harmon. 

Petersen, F. W. 

Porteus, Mitchell & Braun Co. (D, S.) 

St. Leonard Pub. Co., 172 Cumberland Ave. 

(Catholic) 
Young, Edmund. (Catholic) 

Rockland. — 8yX74« 

Carver, J. F. 
Huston-Tuttle Book Co. 
Spear, E. R., & Co. 

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AMERICAN LIBRARY ANNUAL 



MAINE 
8«co.— 6^3. 

Kendrick, H. B. ft Co. 

WatenriU6.~x 1,458. 

Berry, Walter W., & Co. 

Kelley, Herbert L. 

Moore, F. E. 

Soper, L. H., Co. (D. S.) 

Wardwell, Emery, Dry Goods Co. 



(D. S.) 



BfARTLAND 

AnnApolii.— 8,609. 

Davis, A. C. (News) 
Feldmeycr, C. G. 
Fisher, Geo. H., 5 Wash. Lane. 
Jones, Geo. W. 

Baltimore.— 588,485. 

Am. Press Co., 1722 N. Calvert St. (S-h.) 
Baltimore Bargain House. (Wholesale) 
Baltimore News Co., 227 N. Calvert St. 
Bernheimer Bros. (D. S.) 
Brager A. A., 233 N. Eutaw St. (D. S.) 
City Book Co., 711 N. Howard St. (S-h.) 
Curlander, Martin, 220 E. Lexington St. 
(Law) 

Dulanv & Verney Co., 339 N. Charles St. 
Eichelberger Book Co., 308 N. Charles St. 
Eisenberg, A., 21^ W. Lexington St. (D. S.) 
Friedman, Louis, looi E. Pratt St. 

(Hebrew) 
Gutman, Joel, & Co., 112 N. Eutaw St. (D. S.) 
Harrison, W. E. C, & Sons, 224 E. Baltimore 

St. 
Hochschild, Kohn & Co., Howard & Lexington 

St. (D. S.) 
Kreuzer Bros., 212 N. Calvert St. (Cath.) 
Lanahan, J., 220 N. Howard St. 
Leon's Antique Book Store, 518 N. Eutaw 

Sts. (S-h.) 
Lycett, Stationers, 317 N. Charles St. 
Maryland Bible Society, 8 E. Fayette St. 

(Bibles). 
Medical & Standard Book Co., 307 N. Charles 

St. 
Methodist Prot. Book Concern, 316 N. Charles 

St. T. R. Woodford Agt. 
Murphy, John, Co., 219 Park Ave. (Cath.) 
Ottenheimer, I. & M., 321 W. Baltimore St. 

(Wholesale) 
Pippen, Wm. V., 605 N. Eutaw St. (S-h.) 
Saumenig, John H., & Co., 229 Park Ave. 
Smith's Book Store, Geo. M. Pfeflfer, Prop., 

805 N. Howard St. (S-h.) 
Sparger, Geo. W., 141 2 Eutaw PI. (Law) 
Stevebold, .\lex., 106 Park Ave. (S-h.) 
Stewart & Co., Howard & Lexington Sts. 

(D. S.) 

Cumberland. — 2 1 ,839. 

Fulton. John .\., & Co. 
Hill. Walter T. 
Walker. Eugene. 
White & .\nkeny. 



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MARYLAND 

Frederick.— ^io,4X x. 

Lee, Reich & Co. 
Shipley & Bopst. 
Smith & Dertzbaugh. 

Hagerstown. — 16,507. 

Hays, R. M., & Bro. 
Stover, Harry E., & Bro. 
Ulbrich, Howard. 

MASSACHUSETTS 

Adams. — 13,026. 
Snow, F. L. 

Amesburg. — 9,894. 
Howes, F. W. 

Amherst. — 5,1 la. 

Amherst Supply Store. 

Andover. — 7,301. 
Andover Book Store. 

Beveriey. — 18,650. 

Steams, Alanson B. 

Boston.— 670,585. 

Advent Chr. Pub. Society, 160 Warren St. 
American Bapt. Pub. Society, 16 Ashburton 

Place. 
Armstrong, G. W., News Co., 80 Utica St. 
Babb, Edw. E., & Co., 93 Federal St. (Educa.) 
Baker, Walter H. & Co., 5 HamUton PI. (Theat- 
rical) 
Bartlett, N. J., & Co., 28 Comhill St. (Rare) 
Bates, G. H. W. & Co., 160 Congress St. 
Boston Book Co., 83-91 Francis St., Fenway. 

(Law) 
Boston Theosophical Book Concern, 687 Boyls- 

ton St. 
Burnham Antique Book Store, Milk St. (S-h.) 
Butterfield, W. A., 59 Bromfield St. 
Castor, T. H., & Co., 214 Trcmont Bldg. 
Catholic Church Supply House, 21-29 Harrison 

Ave. Extension. 
Clarke, W. B., & Co., 26 Tremont St. 
Colesworthy's Book Store, 66 Cornhill. (S-h.*) 
Connor, Hugh M., 232 Meriden St., East 

Boston. (S-h.) 
Cornhill Bookshop, J. G. Williams, Prop, 58 

Comhill. 
Damon, Geo. E., Co., 5 Ashburton Place. 

(Cir. Lib.) 
DeWolfe & Fiske Co., 14-20 Franklin St. 

(New & S-h.) 
Foley, P. K., 14 Beacon St. (S-h.) 
Flynn, Thos. J., & Co., 62 Essex St. (Cath.) 
Frost & Adams Co., 37 Comhill St. (Art) 
Goodspeed's Book Shop, 5a Park St. (S-h.) 
Hammett, J. L., Co., 250 Devonshire St. 

(Educa.) 
Hastings, H. L., 211 Trepiont St. (S-h.) 
Herrick, F. C, Copley Sq. 
Houghton & Dutton, Tremont St. (D. S.) 
Hub Magazine Co., no Tremont St. (Mag- 
azines) 
Jackson, G. A., 8 Pemberton Sq. (Law) 
Jordan-Marsh Co., Washington St. (D. S.) 



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AMERICAN LIBRARY ANNUAL 



MASSACHUSETTS 
Boston. 

Lauriat, Chas. £., & Co., 385 Washington St. 
Lincoln Book Shop. L. A. Lienemann Prop. 

58 Melrose St. (Rare) 
Little, Brown & Co., 34 Beacon St. 
Littlefield, Geo. E., 67 Comhill. (S-h.) 
Machlachan, A. D., 502-504 Boylston St. 
Murphy, J. F., South Station. 
Murphy Bros. Co. (D. S.) 
New England Methodist Book Depository, 38 

Bromfield St. 
New England News Co., 93 Arch St. 
Old Corner Book Store, 27 Bloomfield St. 
Pilgrim Press, 14 Beacon St. 
Ritter & Flebbe, 120 Boylston St. (Foreign) 
Schoenhof Book Co., 128 Tremont St. (Foreign) 
Sheehan, Matthew F., Co., 17-19 Beach St. 

(Catholic) 
Shepard, Norwell Co., 26 Winter St. (D. S.) 
Siegel, Henry, & Co., Washington St. (D. S.) 
Smith & McCance, 38 Bromfield St. (S-h.) 
Smith (Timothy) Co., 2281 Washington St. 

(D. S.) 
South End Book Store (Alex. McCance), 1241 

Washington St. 
Tearle, John, 420 Boylston St. (Christian Sci.) 
Thomas, F. H., Co., 727 Boylston St. (Medical) 
Thomas, Wm. A., 956 Tremont St. 
Universalist Pub. House, 259 Boylston St. 
Whitcomb & Barrows, Hunting Chambers. 

(Domestic Science) 
White, R. H., & Co., Washington St. (D. S.) 
Wiecker Otto, 8 Pemberton Sq. (Rare) 
Wiles, F. L., Tremont Bldg. (Sporting books 

& prints) 
Williams Bookstore, Jos. G. Williams, 349 

Washington St. (New & S-h.) 
Williams, N. M., 1386 Washington St. (Cath.) 
Woodbridge, T. E., 58 Comhill. (S-h.) 

Brockton.— 56,878. 

Dyce, James & Co. (D. S.) 
Edgar, James, Co. (D. S.) 
Jones, B. E. Co. (D. S.) 
Mathews, A. E. 
Morey, Wm. S. 
Saxton, Bernard. 
Thompson, E. M. 

Cambridge. — 104,839. 

Amee Bros. 

Campbell, N. R., & Co. (S-h.) 
Harvard Co-operative Society. 
Harvard Book Store, Brattle St. 
Hunt, E. F., & Co. (Cir. Lib.) 
Kent, Geo. H., University Book Store. 
Monahan, Patrick J. (Catholic) 
Woods, J. H. (S-h.) 

Fall River.— 119,295. 

Adams, Robert, Est. of. 
Bassford, Geo. C. 
Brown, E. S. Co. (D. S.) 
Champlin, Edwin R. (S-h.) 
McWhirr, R. A., Co. (D. S.) 
Pope, Geo. F. 

Slocum, M. B., 38 Winter St. (S-h.) 
Troy Store, The. (D. S.) 



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MASSACHUSETTS 

Fitchburg.— 37,826. 

ChamberlaiD-Huntress Co. (D. S.) 
Estabrook, H. T., & Co. 
Harley, Daniel* (D. S.) 
Meader & Home. 
Nichols & Frost. (D. S.) 
Remington, H. E., & Co. 

Framingham. — 12,948. 
Moulton, Miss M. L. 

Gloucester.— 24,398. 

Blythe, L. M. 

Brown, W. G., & Co. (D. S.) 
Proctor Bros. Co. 
Shurtleff, Frank M. 

Haverhill. — ^44,1 15. 

Commonwealth Book Empor. C. H. Potter, 

Prop. 
Leslie D. G. Co. 
Mitchell & Co., Inc. (D. S.) 
Simonds & Adams. (D. S.) 

Holyoke.— 57,730. 

Fitzgerald Book & Art Co., The. 
McAusUn & Wakelin Co. (D. S.) 
Roy, John T. Co. 
Towne, Wm. E. 

Lawrence.— 85,892, 

Cole, A. L. 

Dyer & Co. 

Old Book Store, 265 Common St. (S-h.) 

Reid & Hughes. (D. S.) 

Robertson, Sutherland & Co. (D. S.) 

Leominster. — 179580. 
Kenney, G. E., & Co. 

Lowell. — 106,294. 

Bon March6 Dry Goods Co. (D. S.) 

Cryan, Edw. J. 

Tudd, R. E., 79 Merrimac St. 

Moore, L. C, Co. 

Pollard, A. G., & Co. (D. S.) 

Prince, G. C, & Son. 

Tilton, F. L. Estate of. 

Lynn.— 89,336. 

Bauer, R. S., Co. 

Burrows & Sanborn. (D. S.) 

Costello, J. J. 

Houghton, Walter S. (Magazines) 

Magrane, P. B. & Co. (D. S.) 

Marlborough.— 14,579. 

Thomson, Chas. S. 

Medford. — ^23,150. 

Morrison, James. 
Morse, Mrs. W. C. 
Wilber, N. H. 

Milford.— 13,055. 

CahUl, Miss Nellie G. 
Reynolds, M. J. 
Whitney, W. B. 

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MASSACHUSETTS 

New Bedford. — 96,652. 

Briggs, Geo. L. 
Hutchinson, H. S., & Co. 
Star Store, The 
Taber, Robert W. 

Newburyport. — 14,949. 

Bailey, Chas. W. 
Fisher & Co. (D. S.) 
Fowle News Co. 
Pearson, Geo. H. 
Sanders, P. K. 

North Adams. — 22,0x9. 

Martin, Frank T., Inc. 
Tilton JBook Store. 

Narthampton. — 19^43 1 . 

Banister, £. H. 
Bridgman & Lyman. 

Consolidated Dry Goods Co. (McCallum 
Co.) (D. S.) 

Pittsfield.~32,i2Z. 

Blatchford, Geo. 

Cooney, T. Jr. 

England Bros. (D. S.) 

Kennedy & Maclnnes. (D. S.) 

Nugent, Wm. 

Pittsfield News Co. 

Secor, Charles. 

Plymouth. — 12,141. 

Burbank, A.-S. 
Smith, Chas. A. 

Quincy.— 32,642. 

Chapin, Lyman A. 

Salem. — 43,697. 

Almy, Bigelow & Washburn, Inc. (D. S.) 

Bauer, Ralj^S. (Sta.) 

Duren, C. M, & Co. 

Moody, Lewis B. 

Webber, Wm. G. Co. (D. S.) 

Springfield.— 88,926. 

Forbes & Wallace. (D. S.) 

Himtting, H. R., Co., Inc., 317 Main St. 

(S-h.) 
Johnson, Henry R. 

Old Corner Book Store, W. F. Adams. (S-h.) 
Smith & Murray. (D. S.) 
Springfield News Co. (Wholesale) 

Taunton.— 34,259. 

Barker, A. J., Co. (Drugs) 
Davis, H. L. Co. 
Dickerman, H. A., & Son. 
Skinner, N. H. Co. (D. S.) 
Taylor, Thomas J, 

Waltham. — 27,834. 

Ball, E. S. 
Hernandez, A. H. 
State, W. W. (Cir. Li'.) 
Towne, W. N. 
WooUey, G. 



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MASSACHUSETTS 

Westfield. — 16,044. 

Connor, S. S. 

Williaxnstown.— 3,708. 
Smith, C. G. 

Wobum. — 15,308. 
Moore & Parker. 

Worcester. — 145,986. 

Barnard, Sumner & Putnam Co. (D. S.) 
Davis & Banister. 
Denholm & McKay Co. (D. S.) 
Lundborg, A. P. (Swedish) 
Mclnnes Co., John C. (D. S.) 
Ryan, Philip. (Catholic) 
Sanford-Putnam Co. 

Williams, Book Store, (Jacob S. Williams) 349 
Washington St. (S-h.) 

MICHIGAN 

Adrian. — 10,763. 

Fisher's Book Store. 
Stearns, Willard. 
Swift, G. Roscoe. 

Alpena. — 12,706. 

Adam Book Store. 
Foley & Stipler. 
Whittleshofer, H. H. 

Ann Arbor. — I43i7* 
Barthell, C. E. (Law) 
Brown Book Co., F. W. 
Sheehan & Co. 
Wahr, Geo. 

Battle Creek.— 25,267. 

Crossen & Hicks, 70 W. Main St. 
Fisher, E. C, & Co. 
Helmer. John. (Drugs) 
Thayer, Clififord J. Co., 

Bay City. — ^45,166. 

Crotty, Henry. 

Hawley Dry Goods Co. (D. S.) 
Wilton, Geo. L., & Co. 
Wilton & Mack 

Calumet. — 20,000. 

Glass Block Store Co. (D. S.) 
M. Randle, Miss L. A. 
Vastbinder & Read. (Drugs) 
Vertin Bros. (D. S.) 
Vivian, J., Jr. (D. S.) 

Coldwater. — ^5,945. 

Fox & Tyler. (Drugs) 
Reed, F. J. 

Detroit.— 465,766 

Adair's Book Store, 142 Michigan Ave. (S-h.) 
Blackwell (Henry) Co., 155 Woodward Ave. 

(D. S.) 
Crowley Milner H., Co., Gratiot Ave. & Farmer 

St. (D. S.) 
Detroit Book Exchange, Higgins & Co., 43 

Michigan Ave, (S-h.) 

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MICHIGAN 



Detroit 

Detroit News Co., 86 W. Larned St. 

Drake Law Book Co., 303 Wayne Co. Bank 

Bldg. 
Eaton & Mains, 21 Adams Ave. E. 
Fuchs, Wm. A., & Co., 492 Gratiot Ave. 

(Church Goods) 
Hudson, J. L., Co. (D. S.) 
Hunter & Hunter, 177-179 Woodward Ave. 

(D. S.) 
Huser, George, 374 Gratiot Ave. (German) 
Koscinski, Anthony F., 396 Canfield East* 

(Church Goods) 
Levin, Lena, 263 Hastings St. (Hebrew) 
Macauley Bros., 172 Woodward Ave. 
McMinn & Gear. 
Michigan Book Exchange, 307 Woodward 

Ave. (S-h.) 
Schwenck, Geo., no Gratiot Ave. (German) 
Sheehan, J. V., & Co., 178 Woodward Ave. 
Skinner Lyman A., 125 Pingree Ave. 
Stanton, Turner, 999 Mack Ave. 
Steckel, E. & M., 419 Orleans St. 

Escanaba. — X31I94. 

Ammerman, Wm. C. (Drugs) 

Ellsworth, Jr. A. 

Gross, John. 

Hill Drug Co. 

Mead Drug Co. 

Sandgren, A. J. 

Flint City.~38,550. 

Carlton, M. E. 

Childs, Geo. E. 

Clark, S. B., & Co. (DruKs) 

Smith, Bridgman & Co. (D. S.) 

Grand Rapids. — 1x2,571. 

Boston Store, Charles Trankla & Co. (D. S.) 

Erdmans Gevensma Co. (Foreign) 

Grand Rapids Sta. Co. 

Hazel tine & Perkins Drug Co. 

Herpolsheimer Co. (D. S.) 

Higgins, E. Co. 

Hulswit, F. M. 

Raymer's Old Book Store. (S-h.) 

Sevensma, Brant. 

Hillsdale. — 5,001. 

Thatcher, C. L., & Son. 

Holland. — 10490. 
Brink, H. R. 

Houghton.— 5,1x3. 

Atkins, L. H. 
Cavan & Co. 
Cox, Albert K. 
Kroll, F. W. 

Ironwood. — i2,82x. 

Bean, C. M. 
Ironwood Pharmacy. 
McCabe & Co., M. F. 

Ishpeming. — X2,448. 

Harwood, H. 
Tillson, F. P. 



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MICHIGAN 



Jackson. — ^3 z ,433. 

Br wn's Book Store, E. I. Mualiner, Prop. 
Field, L.H. (D. S.) 
Foster, Edw. M. 
Glasgow Bros. (D. S ) 
Hobart, Henry H. (Est. of 

Kalamazoo.— 39^7. 

Beecher, Kymer & Patterson. 

Caryl, Lizzie J. 

Jones, J. R., Sons & Co. (D. S.) 

Lansing. — ^3i9229« 

Arbaugh, F. N. Co. (D. S.) 

Benriter, Geo. M. & Co. 

Crotty Bros. 

Emery, Archie M., zi6 Washington Ave. N. 

Forester, Asa H. 

Wright, D. A. (Educa.) 

Ludington. — 9,132. 

Andrew, F. W., & Co. 
Sherman Bros. 

Manistee. — Z2,38z. 

Lyman, A. H., Co. 
SchulU, J. H. 

Marquette. — 1I9503. 

Bigelow, A. M. 
Pendill, Louis. 
People's Drug Store. 
Willeson, C. F. 

Menominee* — iO|507« 

Grand Department Store. (D. S.) 
Muilins, R. J. 
Muth, Jacob. 
Stocklin, C. L. 

Monroe. — 6,893. 
Meier, Fred. W. 

Mnskegon. — ^24,062. 

Brundage, Frederick. (Drugs) 
Kuizenga & Whipple. 
Squires, R. S. 

Pctoskey.— 4,778. 

Coburn & Harner. 

Pondac. — 14,532. 
Brown Bros. 

Port Huron.— 18,863 

MacTaggart, David, Co. 
Sperry, J. B. (D. S.) 
Sylvester, Wilber. (Drugs) 
Walsh, Robert. 

Saginaw. — 50,5 10. 

Anderson, J. E., & Co. 

Barie, William, Dry Goods Co. (D. S.) 

Calkins, J. M., & Co. 

Kelsey, F. J., & Son. 

Michigan Synodal Book Concern* 

Swinton & Co. 

Tanner, M. W., Dry Goods Co. (D. S.) 



AMERICAN LIBRARY ANNUAL 



MICHIGAN 

Sault Ste. Marie.— 12,6x5. 

Conway & Hall. 
Haller's Book Store. 
Harrison & Co. 

Tecumseh. — 2,332. 

Adam son Bros. 
Pulver, B. J., & Co. 

Traverse City. — 12,115. 

Hannah & Lay Mercantile Co. (D. S.) 
Hobart Co. City Book Store. 

West Bay City.— 

Wilton, Geo. L., & Co. 



MINNESOTA 

Ihilutfa.— 78466. 

Chamberlain-Taylor Co. (Sta.) 
Freimuth, I. (D. S.) 
Lundberg & Stone. 
Moe, J. J. & Sons Co. (D. S.) 
Panton & White. (D. S.) 
Stone, Edw. M. 



Faritwult. — 9,001. 

Fairbault Book & Music Co. 
Mee, Geo. H. 

Mankato.— 10,365. 

Stewart & Holmes. 
Warwick, Mrs. C. W. 

Minneapolis.— 301 408. 

Augsburg Publishing House, 425 S. 4th St. 
Brooks, £. D., Handicraft Guild Bldg., 89 loth 

St., S. 
Butler Bros., ist Ave. & 6th St. N. (Wholesale) 
Dayton Company, 7th St. & Nicollet Ave. 

(D. S.) 
Donaldson, L. S., & Co., 6th St. & Nicollet Ave. 

(D. S.) 
Fischer, Miss L. G., 1819 9th Ave., S. (S-h.) 
Free Church Book Concern, 322 Cedar Ave. 
Hoyt, Ruth E., Room B, Meyers Arcade. 
Holter, K. C. Pub. Co. 
Leachman, J. & Son, 
Lutheran Publishing House, 416 3d Ave. S. 

(Scandinavian) 
Lyceum Book Exch. H. Schochet, Mgr., 711} 

Hennepin Ave. (Sch.) 
McCarthy, Nathaniel, 620 Nicollet Ave. 
Minneapolis D. G. Co. (D. S.) 
Mlnneapolb Book Exchange, 229 Nicollet Ave. 
Noonan, M. G., 612 ist Ave. S. 
Northwestern School Supply Co., 706 Hennepin 

Ave. 
Ferine Book Co. 
Powers Mercantile Co.. 5th St. & ist Ave. 

S. (D. S.) 
Shaftesbury Shop, Cogswell & Co., 45 6th St. S. 
Southwestern School Supply Co. 
Williams, S. M., 317 Hennepin Ave. (Engineer 

ing & Mechan.) 
Wilson, H. W., Co., 1491 Univ. Ave. S. E. 
Warner, Geo. E., 1778 Humboldt Ave. S. (S-h.) 



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MmiVESOTA 

Owatomia. — 5,658. 

Wilcox & Hay den. 

Red Wing.— 9,048. 
Danielson, A. D. 

St. Cloud. — zo,6oo. 

Abeln, J. G. 
Atwood, E. W., & Co. 
Schaefer, P. R. 

St. Paul. — 2x4,744. 

Beekman, W. L., 55 E. 5th St (S-h.) 
Downing, Edward C, Macalester Park. 
Dunn, G. & Co., 403 St. Peter St. (S-h.) 
Golden Rule, The. (D. S.) 
Keefe-Davidson Co., 312 Wabasha. (Law) 
McCarthy & Sons, 68 W. 7th St. (Cath.i 
Minnesota News Co., 19 W. 3d St. (Wholesale) 
Noonan-Lohman Co., 497 St. Peter St. 

(Church Goods) 
O'Halloran, Dennis, 385 St. Peter St. (Church 

Goods) 
Porter, E. W., 76 E. 5th St. 
St. Paul Book & Ste., Co., 55-59 E. 6th St. 
St Paul Book Exchanfe, E K. Pottle, 404 

Wabasha. (S-h.) 

Stillwater.— 10,198. 

Burlingham, D. L. 
Johnson, E. E. 
Wilson, Albert. 

Winona.— 18,583. 

McNie, & Co. 
Morgan, E. S. 
Taylor, O. L. 



MISSISSIPPI 

Columbus. — 8,988. 
Divelbliss, . B. 

Greenville. — 9,61 0. 

Archer, George F. 
Steiger-Holmes Co. 

Jackso 1 . — 2 z ,262. 

Eyrich & Co. 
Jackson Book Store. 
Office Supply & Book Co. 
Patton, J. W. 

Meridian.— 23,285. 

Heiss, G. M., & Sons. 
Staples, Geo. W. 

Natchez. — 11,791. 

Byrne, R. L, 
Grillo, Jas. A. 
Henderson, T. Newman. 
Natchez Drug Co. 

Oxford. — 2,0x4. 

Davidson & Wardlaw. 

Vicksburg. — ^20,814. 

Clarke & Co. 



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MISSOURI 

♦ 

Cape Girardeau«— ^475 

Hinchey-Greer Co. (D. S.) 
sterloh's Book Store. 

Carthage.— 9,483. 

Fitzer Mercantile Co. (D. S.) 
Holbrook, J. R., & Son. (Educa.) 
Ramsey Bros. (D. S.) 
Rose, R. H., Mercantile Co. (D. S.) 

Columbia. — 9,66a. 

Campbell & Alexander. 
The Missouri Store Co. 

Fulton.— 5,228. 

Black & Jones. 

Hannibal. — z8,34Z. 

Boughton Book & Sta. Co. 
Kent, S. G. 
O'Daniel, Mrs. J. K. 

Independence. — 9,859. 

Mills, H. R., & Son. 
Sturges, Benjamin 

Jefferson City. — 11,850. 

Corwin, Charlton B. 
Hertel, W. H. 
Loethin, M. C. 
h ommel, Wm. M. 
Smith, Sam. 

Joplin.— 32,073. 

Hill, Mrs. L. E. 

King, J. W. 

Lawrence, Henry. 

Osterloh, T. W. 

Ramsay Bros. D. G. Co- (D. S.) 

Kansas City. — 248,381. 

Baldwin, John P., 108 W. 12th St. (S-h.) 
Book & Art Exchange, Com Belt Bank. 

(Chr. Sci.) 
Brown Book & Sta. Co., Grand Ave. 
Bryant & Douglas B. & S. Co., 1002 Walnut. 
Cramer, E. M., 228 W. 12th St. (S-h.) 
Cramer, T. O., 413 E. 12th St. (S-h.) 
Donnelly, T. P., (Jo., 8th Cor. Oak. (Cath.) 
Emery, Bird, Thayer Dry Goods Co., nth, 

Walnut & Grant Sts. 
Click Book & Sta. Co., 615 Main St. 
Hahn, E. E., 419 E. nth St. 
Hoover Bros., 418 E. gth St. 
Hudson Publishing Co., 2 2d & Oak Sts. 
Jennings & Graham, Western Methodist Book 

Concern, 1121 McGee St. 
Tones Store Co., 12th & Main Sts. (D. S.) 
Kansas City Book Exchange, 715 Main St. 

(S-h.) 
Laughlin's Book Store, 3 Himter Ave. (Cath.) 
McArdle. P., 1004 Union Ave. 
Magby, W. B., 522 E. 12th St. 
Peck, Geo. B., Dry Goods Co., nth & Main 

Sts. (D. S.) 
Pipes-Reed Book Co., 107 W. 8th St. (Law) 
Ridenour, J. E. (The Book Shop), 320 E. 

1 2th St. 
Southwest News Co., 410 E. 9th St. 



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Missomu 

City. 

Thym, B. MuUer, & Co., 104 W. 12th St. 

(Catholic) 
Veatsch-Wood Book Co., 225 E. loth St. 
Vernon Law Book Co., 806 Grant St. (Law) 
Wcbb-Freyschlag Mer. Co. (D. S.) 
Word & Way Pub. Co., 620 Broadway. 
Wright, M. T. 



J.— 6,347. 

Bledsoe, W. H. 

Nonnal Book Store, F. L. Norris, Prop. 

Liberty. — 2,980. 

Henderson, T. S. & Co. 
Liberty Book Store. 

Marshall. — ^4,869. 
Franklin, P. H. 

Moberly. — 10,933. 

Robinson's Book Store. 

St. Joseph. — 77403. 

Brandow, E. R., 712 Felix St. 

Brill Book & Sta. Co., 516 Felix St. 

Schroeder, W., 114 S. 8th St. 

St. Joseph Book Shop, Chas. Tilton, Mgr., 625 

Francis St. (S-h.) 
Townsend & Wyatt D. G. Co. (D. S.) 

St. Louis. — 687,029. 

American Baptist Publishing Society, 514 N. 

Grand Ave. 
American Book & Magazine Exchange, 3518 

Franklin Ave. (S-h.) 
Famous & Barr, D. G. Co., 6th & Olive Sts. 
Blackwell-Wielandy B. & S. Co., i6th & Locust 

Sts. 
Book and Art Exchange, Miss Claire Beeker 

Mgr., Syndicate Trust Bldg. 
Butler Bros., i8th & Olive. (Wholesale) 
Christian Publishing Co., 2712 Pine St. 
Concordia Pub. House, Jefferson & Miami 

Sts. (Religious) 
Crawford, A. J., 4th & Chestnut. (S-h.) 
Eden Publishing House, 17 16 Choteau Ave. 

(German) 
Foster, J. J., 412 Washington Ave. 
Gilbert Book Co., 12 N. 4th St. (Law) 
Grand Ave. Staty. Co., 212 N. Grand Ave. 

(Law, Med. Educa.) 
Gruenewaelder, John, 720 Pine. (German) 
Herder, B., 17 S. Broadway. (Catholic) 
Jett, E. T., Book & News Co., 802 Olive St. 
Kennedy, J. E., 214 N. Grand Ave. 
Kohn, Joseph, 106 N. Broadway. (S-h.) 
Kroeck, Charles W., 3551 Olive St. (S-h.) 
Linahan Book Co., 3333 Olive St. (S-h.) 
Matthews, L. S., & Co., 3333 Olive St. (Med- 
ical) 
Meyer Bros. Drug Co., 4th & Elm Sts. 

(Pharmacy) 
Mills, Edward S., 607 Chestnut St., (S-h.) 
Mosby, C. v., Med. Book & Pub. Co., 213 

Washington Ave. (Medical) 
Nisbet, W. W., 12 S. Broadway. (S-h.) 
Presbyterian Board of Publication, 505 N. 

7th St. 
Boeder, Phillip, Book & Sta. Co., 702 Locust St. 



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MISSOURI 
St Louis. 

St. Louis News Co^ zozo Lociist St. 

Scruggs- Vandervoort-Barney D. G. Co.j Olive- 
Tenth & Locust Sts. (D. S.) 

Stix, Baer & Fuller, 6th & Washington Sts. 
(D. S.) 

Thomas, F. H., Law Book Co. 

Union News Co., Union Station. 

West End Book Exchange, xoao Grand Ave. 
(S-h.) 

Zeller, Geo. A., Book Co. 

Sedalia.— i7,8aa. 

Sedalia Book & Wall Paper Co. 
Scotten Drug Co. 
West's Book Shop. 

Springfield.— 35,301. 

Browne Bro's. Book Store. 
Browne Book & Sta. Co. 
Crank, J. W., Drug Co. (School) 
Fairbanks, J. W. 
McKenna, Miss E. D. 
Pipkin-Harris Bk & Sta. Co. 
Reed, W. A., & Son. (Drugs) 
Ross, J. B., Book & SU. Co. 
WiUiams, H. Z. 

Warrensburg,— 4,689. 

Stone, Warren. 

Webb City.— xx,8i7 

Waughlin, B. C. 

Webb City Book Store, W. O. Core. 

MOITTANA 

Anaconda. — 10,134. 

Greig, R. M. 
Logan, Mrs. M. D. 

Billings.— 10,031. 

Chappell Drug Co. 
McDowell Bros. 

Bozeman. — 5,107. 

Phillips, S. G. 

Phillips' Book Store, S. G. Phillips, Prop. 

Rose Drug Co., A. D. Rose, Prop. 

Butte.— 39,165. 

Calkins, B. C. 

Davies, John F. 

Evans, J. G. 

Featherly, J. S. 

Hill, Eugene, Book & Art Exchange. 

Keefe Bros. 

fPost Oflace News Co. 
Tilton, D. W. 

Great Falls.— 13,948. 

Canfield, A. E. 
I Chamberlain, W. E. 
Porter, B. W., & Co. 

Helena.— I2,5i5« 

Curtin, A. P., Book & Sta. Co. 
McCormick, J W. 
Moore, W. A., Book & SU. Co. 
Todd, T. J. 



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MONTANA 



Chester, T. E. 

Fitch & Smithers. 

Jones Drug Co. 

Kalispell Drug Co., J. E. Broadwater. 

Miiwwila. — iay869. 

Bateman, H. H. & Co. 
Lister, J. W. 

NEBRASKA 
Beatrice.— 9,356. 

Bcckwith, O. W. 

Macken, N. 

Upson, L. M. (News) 

V^reiiioiit.-^i7^^' 
Gage & Jennings. 
Gilbert, D. B. 
Hauser, John. 
Rowe, S. C. 

Gnnd Island. — 10,326. 

Alleman & Starr. 

Htstiiigs. — 9»33^* 
Schmitz, C. W. 

Kearney, 6,20s. 

Hartzell Bookstore. 
Holmes, K. O. 

Lincoln.— 43,973. 

Amer. School Supply Co. (Educa.) 
Co-operative Book Co. 
Herpolsheimer H. Co. (D. S.) 
Lincoln Book Store, P. O'Mahoney. 
Miller & Paine. (D. S.) 
Osbom, C. M. 
Shader, A. L. 
Topical Bible Pub. Co. 
University Book Store, 

Nebraska City.— 5,488. 

Hyer, W. S. 
Meyers, S. O. 
Young, H. R. & Co. 

Omaha. — 1 24,096. 

Barkalow Bros., 1008 S. loth St« 

Bennett Co. (D. S.) 

Bourgeois Co., 1819 Harney St. (Church 

Goods) 
Brandeis, J. L., & Sons, z6th & Douglas Sts. 

(D. S.) 
Crane-Foye Co., 3x3 S. 14th St. (S-h.) 
Flodman, P. E., & Co., 15x4 Capitol Ave. 
Haefey & Haefey. (Catholic) 
Hayden Bros., 108 S. x6th St. (D. S.) 
Hixenbaugh, W. A., & Co., 18x4 St. Mary's 

Ave. 
KOpatrick, Thomas, & Co., 1505 Douglas 

St. (D. S.) 
McLaughlin & Co., X05 N. z6th St. & 2x0 S. 

Z4th St. 
Matthews, Wm. R., X22 S. X5th St. 
Megeath Staty. Co., 14x7 Davenport St. 
Omaha News Co. 

Schulze & Blattert Co., xxx S. Z5th St. 
Shears, L. M., 306 S. i8th St. 



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NEVADA 
Reno.— 10,867. 

Cann Drug Co. 

Gray, Reid, Wright & Co. (D. S.) 

Molt StadoDexy Co. 

Shepard & Son. (Notions) 

Week's Drug Store. 



City.- 

Beck, H. S. 
Davis, J. M. 
Lammon, George I. 



IVEW HAMPSHIRB 

Berlin. — 11,780. 

Berlin Dry Goods Co. (D. S.) 
Clarke, Chas. S. 
Sheridan, Irving. (News) 

Garemont. — 7,529. 
Dodge, V. C. & R. E. 

Concord. — 2Z,497. 

Eastman, Edson C. (Law) 
Gibson, Walter C. 
Glick, E. L. 
Nichols, Chas. F. 
Walker, Arthur P. 

Dover. — 13,247. 

Cavanaugh Bros. 
Foss, Fred H. 
Lothrops & Pinkbam. 
Vickery, W. H. & Son. 

Exeter.— 4,897. 
Batchelder, Jas. H. 

Keene. — 10,068. 

Spalter, W. H. 
Tilden, G. H. & Co. 

Lancaster.— 3,054. 
Colby, Geo. H. & Co. 

Littleton.— 3,059. 
Selsby, Wm. M. 

Manchester. — 70,063. 

Barton Co. 
Goodman, W. P. 
Mead, Lloyd T. 
Melvin & Fitts. (Sta.) 
Rogers, T. P. W. 
Temple & Farrington Co. 

Nashua. — 26,005. 

Chamberlain & Patten. 
Charpentier, Edw. 
Holland, W. H. 
Lovejoy, W. H. & Co. 
Morrison, Mary A. 
Smith's Book Store. 

New Hampton. — 821. 
Sanborn, F. W. 



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NEW HAMPSHIRE 

Portsmontitu — iO)037* 
Borthwick, D. F. 
French, George B., Co. 
HaU, G. W. 
Hoyt & Dorr. 

NEW JERSEY 

Asbniy Park. — 10,150. 

Borden, H. A. 
Brylaski, I. 
Gould, Harry. 
Martin, R. A. 
Steinbach Co. (D. S.) 

Atlantic City. — ^46,150. 

Clement, John A., 1006 Atlantic Ave; also 
Boardwalk Book Shop, Young's Pier. 
Hirschbeg. H., 615 Boardwalk. 

Bayoime.— 55f545- 

Taylor, J., 759 Ave. D. 

Bloomfield. — 15,070. 
Dancer, Thos. L. 

Bridgeton. — 14,209. 

Dare, Chas. F., & Son. 
Fithian, Howard W. 

Camden. — 94,538. 

Bentley, James M. 
Bumside, Thos. W. 
Lee & Co. 

N. J. Meth. Pub. Co. 
Twelves, Richard. 

East Orange.— 34,371. 

Yeager, L. £., 549 Main St. 

Elizabeth. — 73,409. 

Elizabeth Novelty Co. (Sta.) 
Grant, A. H. (Tech. Periodicals) 
Koestler, Morris. (Sta.) 
Morrison, Noah F. (S-h.) 

Hackensack. — 14,050. 
Fast, M. 

Harrison. — 14498. 
Goodman, P. J, 

Hoboken. — 70,324. 

Brooks, £. 
Eisenhauer, Henry. 
Gerlach Bros. 
Machol, Max. 
Olmesdahl, F. W. 
Reed & Bro. 
Ruhl, Herman. 
Schell, W. A. 

Jersey City.— 267,779. 

Biu-khardt, Wm. J., 165 Danforth Ave. 
New Jersey News Co. 
Sanders Bros. (News) 
Stolper, S. A. (News) 



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NEW JERSEY 

MiUville. — Z2y45z. 

Martin, John M. N. 

MontcUir. — 21,550 

Madison, Edw., Co. 
Marcus, W. E. 

Morristown. — 12,507. 

Emmell, H. G. 
Lambert, G. M. 
Muchmore, W. K. 
Naylor, Francis T. 
Runyon, John R. 

Newaric — ^347469. 

Bamberger L., & Co., Market St. (D. S.) 
Dressel, Chas. H., 561 Broad St. (S-h.) 
Essex Book Co., 528 Broad St. (S-h.) 
Geiger Bros., 77 Springfield Ave. 
Gifford, J. L. 164 Market St. 
Hahne & Co., Broad St. (D. S.) 
Kinsella P. A., 30J New St. (S-h.) 
Kneip, Karl, 3 S. Orange Ave. 
Meeker, Francis J., 18 Pine St. (S-h.) 
Mulligan, P. F., Inc., 927 Broad St. 
Newark News Co., 231 Washington St. 
Snyder, W. V. & Co.> Broad St. (D. S.) 
Soney & Sage. (Law) 

New Brunswick. — 23,388. 

Landsberg Store, The 
Reed, Wm. R. 
Siefert Bros. 
Tanner, Chas. 

Onnge. — 29,630. 

MUler, Fred. 
Schmidt, H. F. 



h>773. 

Borig, A. F. (News) 
Jewett, E. W. (News) 
Malcolm, John. 

Paterson. — 1 25,600. 

Dempsey, W. G., 134 Market St. 

Inglis Stationery Co., James, 206 Main St. 

Lay ton, Geo., 13 Park Ave. 

Meyer Bros. (D. S.) 

Moorcroft W. B., 91 Van Houton St. (S-h.) 

Nauman, Philip. 

Quackenbush & Co. (D. S.) 

Reynolds, John S., 138 Market Sti 

Waters, E. J. 

Williamson, E. J. 

Perth Amboy.— 32,121. 

Moore Bros. 
Neer, Frank. 
Seaman, F. A. 
Van Martin, Edw. J. 

Phillipsburg.— 13,903. 

Fisk, W. H. 
Yersley, G. L. 

PUinfield.— 20,550. 
Estil, H. Mulford. 



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NEW JERSEY 

Princeton. — ^5»i36. 

Princeton University Store. 
Sinclair, W. C. 

Salem. — 6,6x4. 
Bowen, Clinton. 



Ttenton. — 96,815. 

Dunham, S. P., & Co. (D. S.) 
Traver, C. L., 108 Green St. 



NEW MEXICO 

Albuquerque. — 1 1 ,oao. 

Harvey, Fred. (News) 
Hotiston, F. J., & Co. 
Matson, O. A., & Co. 
Strong, E. J. 

Las Vegas. — 3,179. 

Bailey, Mrs. C. L. 
Murphy, E. G. (Drugs) 
Woods, Mary J. 

Boswell. — 6,17a. 

Ingersoll, B. E. 
Pecos Valley Drug Co. 

Santa F4.— 5,07a. 

Weltmer, Jacob. 



NEW YORK 

.Albany. — ioo,a53. 

Albany News Co., <oB Broadway. 

Bender (Matthew) & Co., 5x1 Broadway 

(Law) 
Cadby, J. W., X3x Eagle St. (S-h.) 
Clapp, & Leake, 70 N. Pearl St. 
Dawson, J. G., 374 Central Ave. 
DeBIaey, H. L., 52 State St. 
Frederick Bros., 3 Pine St. (Law) 
Griffin, John J., 18 Central Ave. 
Henzel, P. J., 49 Central Ave. (Cath.) 
Kimball Bros., 618 Broadway. (S-h.) 
Little, W. C, & Co., 20 Steuben St. (Law) 
McAuley, Eliza (Mrs. Chas.), 13 Plain St. 
McDonough, Joseph, Co., 73 Hudson Ave. 

(S-h.) 
Murray, John S., 88 Maiden Lane. 
Myers, J. G., & Co. (D. S.) 
Rourke, M. H., 94 N. Peari St. (S-h.) 
Scopes, John E., 53 Maiden Lane. (S-h.) 
Skinner, John, 44 N. Pearl St. (S-h.) 
Smith, John J., 66 Central Ave. 
Waldman Bros., 51-53 N. Pearl St. (D. S.) 
Whitney, W. M., & Co., 49 N. Pearl St. (D. S.) 

Amaterdanu — ^3 x ,367. 

Conover, Seeley. 
Holzheimer & Shaul. (D. S.) 
Mark's Sons, A. (D. S.) 
Tucker, Mrs. K. V. 



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NEW YORK 

Auburn. — ^34,668. 

Allen, Frederick G., 78 Genesee St. 
Colwell, Irving S. 
Foster & Ross. 

Ballston Spa.— 4,138. 
Feeling, J. F. 

Batavia. — 11,613. 

Haitz & Dellinger. 
McGreevay-Sleght & De GraflF Co. 

Binghamton. — 48,443 • 

Fowler, Dick & Walker. (D. S.) 
Hills, McLean & Haskins. (D. S.) 
MiUer, Walter R., & Co. (School) 
Perry, George S. (School) 

Brookljrn.— 1 ,634,35 1 . 

Abraham & Strauss, 422 Fulton St. (D. S.) 
Batterman, H., Broadway & Flushing Ave. 

(D. S.) 
Bedford Co., Broadway & Reid Ave. (D. S.) 
Bumham, H. F., 943 Fulton St. (S-h.) 
Carroll, T. W., Pearl & Fulton St. (S-h.) 
Cass, John J., 337 Adams St. (S-h.) 
Dimler, F. J., 241 Washington St. (S-h.) 
Dunn, Daniel, 677 Fulton St. (S-h.) 
Famcll, H. A., & Bro., 205 Montague St. 
Kleinteich, George, 1245 Fulton St. 
Koslay, Chas. M., 339 Adams St. (S-h.) 
Ladd, Neil Morrow, Book Co., 646 Fulton St. 

(S-h.) 
Levi Bros. & Co. 1013 Broadway. (D. S.) 
Loeser, F., & Co., 482 Fulton St. (D. S.) 
McCormick, John, 5th Ave. & 9th St. (D. S.) 
Matthews, A. D., & Son, 398 Fulton St. (D. S.) 
Namm, A. I., 452 Fulton St. (D. S.) 
O'Leary, H. A., 1597 Brooklyn Ave. (S-h.) 
Raebum Book Co., 71 NevinsSt. (S-h.) 
Price & Rosenbaum, 1 295 Broadway. (D. S.) 
Rogers, Samuel C, 258 Fulton St. 
Tredway, J. C, 202 Atlantic Ave. (S-h.) 
Ventres, T. B., 286 Livingston St. 
Williams, N. W., 919 Fulton St. (S-h.) 

Buffalo.— 433,715. 

Adam, J. N., & Co., 393 Main St. (D. S.^ 
Adam, Meldrum & Anderson Co., 396 Main St. 

(D. S.) 
Bessers, Inc., 544 Main St. 
Buffalo Book Exchange, 50 Seneca St., (S-h.) 
Buffalo News Co., 56 W. Mohawk St. 
Catholic Union Store, 682 Main St. 
Franklin Book Co., 11 W. Chippewa St. (S.h.) 
Hengerer, Wm., Co., 465 Main St. (D. S.) 
Meldrum, H. A. Co. (D. S.) 
Phillips. W, A., 855 West Ave. (Rare) 
Ulbrich (Otto) Co., 386 Main St. 
Williamson, D. F., Co., 202 Main St. (Law) 

Canajoharie. — 3,273. 
Bellinger, W. S. & Co. 

Cazenovia. — 3,687. 
Watkins, W. W. 

echoes. — 24,709. 
Calkins, H. G. 



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NEW YORK 

Corning.— 13,730. 

Coming News Co. 
Goodridge, L. T., & Co. 
Kling, William. 
Sternberg, Harry J. 

Cortiand. — x i ,504. 

McKinney & Doubleday. 

Dunkirk. — X7,aai. 

Abell, C. K., & Son. 
Kolb, Mrs. A. 
Lyon, F. H. (Drugs) 
Monroe, H. P. (Drugs) 
Shinners, Carroll F. 
West & jfones Drug Co. 

Bhnlra.— 37,176. 

Adams, Jeannette. 

Billings, H. H., 112 Baldwin St. 

MacGreevy-Sleght-DeOrafif Co. 

Plummer, F. F. 

Sheehan, Dean & Co. (D. S.) 

Sullivan. Florence. 

Fredonia. — Si^Ss. 
Robinson, H. C. 

Geneva. — 13,446. 

Foster, James G. (College Book Store) 
Klopfer. Louis. 
Scott, B. W. 
Sharpe. James M. 
Mulcahy. E. J. 

Glens Falls.— 15,343. 

Boston Store Co. (D. G.) 
Bradley, P. P. 
Robson & Adee. 
Russel & Wait. 

GtoversTille.— 30,643. 

Alvord, Hollock C. 
Cowles & Cassler. 
Martin & Naylor. (D. S.) 
Merwin-WiUoughby Co. (D. S.) 

Hdmell. — 13,617. 

Hollands, Geo., & Son. (Drugs) 
Robertson & Luther. (News) 
Van Winkle, A. S. (Drugs) 

Hudson. — 11,417. 
Dowling, J. 
Ganley Bros. 
Ziesenitz, Wm. H. 

Ithaca. — 14,803. 

Andrus & Church. 
Cornell Co-operative Soc. 
Osbom, R. C, & Co. 
Rothschild Bros. (D. S.) 
Taylor & Carpenter. 
Triangle Book Shop. 

Jamestown. — ^3 1 ,397. 

Brooks, £. A. (News) 
Clark, Frank M. (Drugs) 
Hatch, Fred E. 
Jones & Audette. (D. S.) 



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AMERICAN LIBRARY ANNUAL 



NEW YORK 

Johnstown. — 10,447. 
Henry, S. 

Kingston.— 25,908. 

Care, Herbert, D. G. Co. 

Forsyth & Davis. 

Stowe, W. F. (S-h.) 

Van Wagenen, L. B. Co. (D. S.) 

Winter Edward. 

Little Fails.— 13,373. 

Chapman Supply & Mfg. Co. 
Deisnel, Mrs. Rachel. 

Lockport. — 17,970. 

Duncan, Jay W., & Co. 
Wright, L. J. (Est. of) 

Middletowm— 15,313. 

Hanford & Horton Co. 

Retcham, & Milburn. 

Tompkins Dry Goods Co. (D. S.) 

Mount Vernon. — 30,9x9. 

Amer. Bureau of Heraldry, 313 N. Terrace 

Ave. (Genealogical) 
Skinner's Book Store, iii S. 4th Ave. 
Skinner, T. £., & Co., S. 4th Ave. & ist St. 

(D. S.) 

New York City,— (Pop. 5 Boroughs).— 4,766,883 

Abrahams, J., 145 4th Ave. (S.-h) 
Adams, W. C. & Co., 42 E. 23d St. (Rare) 
American News Co., 9-15 Park Place. (Whole- 
sale) 
American Tract Society, 150 Nassau St. (Re- 
ligious) 
Anderson, John R., Co., 31 W. isth St. (S-h.) 
Audel, Theodore, & Co., 63 sth Ave. (Educa.) 
Baker & Taylor Co., ss E. 17th St. (Whole- 
sale) 
Baker, Voorhis & Co., 47 Liberty St. (Law) 
Bankers Pub. Co., 90 William St, (Bank- 
ing) 
Banks Law Book Pub. Co., 23 Park Place. 

(Law) 
Benziger Bros., 36 Barclay St. (Catholic) 
Best & Co., 372 5th Ave. (D. S.) (Juvenile.) 
Bloch Publishing Co., 40 E. 14th St. (Hebrew) 
Bloomingdale Bros., Cot. 3d Ave. & 59th St. 

(D. S.) 
Blumstein, L. M., 125th St. (D. S.) 
Boericke & Tafel, 145 Grand St., 120 W. 4ad 

St. & 634 Columbus Ave. (Medical) 
Bohne, McLaughlin & Co., 34 Barclay St. 

(Catholic) 
Bonaventure, E. F., 5 E. 35th St. (Rare) 
Bonnier, A. Pub. Co., 40 W. 28th St. (Scan- 
dinavian) 
Book & Art Exchange, Miss Jones, Mgr., 

Metropolitan Arcade, 23d St. 
Book & Print Shop, 24 W. 39th St. 
Bowling Green Book Co., Alex. Brown, Mgr., 

81 New St. 
Bowman, Chas. L., & Co., 225 5th Ave. (Rare; 

Mail Orders) 
Brandu's. 56 £. 34th St. 
Brentano's, 5th Ave. & 27th St. 
Breslow, M. M., 20 East 30th St. (S-h.) 



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NEW YORK 
Sew York City. 

Broad-Exchange Book Shop, C. Everette Smith 

25 Broad St. 
Brunswick Book Co., 543-545 Fifth Ave. 
Butler Bros., 495 Broadway. (Wholesale) 
Cadmus Book Shop, 153 W. 34th St. (S-h.) 
Chagnon & Co., 135 W. 28th St. (French) 
Citv College Book Store, 503 W. 139th St. 
Clailin, H. B., Co., Cor Church & Worth Sts. 

(Wholesale) 
Clarke, Chas. W., & Co., 128 W. 23d St. (S-h.) 
Columbia College Book Store, (Lezncke & 

Buechner), 117th St. & Amsterdam Ave. 
Comber, J. J., 334 E. 26th St. (Medical) 
Conder's Book Store, A. J. Conder, prop., i East 

28th St. (Rare) 
Cook, David C Pub. Co., 164 5th Ave. (S. S. 

Supplies.) 
Cottlow, Simon, 1688 3d Ave. (S-h.) 
Cox Book Co., 7 W. 125th St. & 257 W. 125th 

St. (S-h.) 
Crothers, R. W., s. w. cor, 19th St. Irving PI. 
Daly, John, 158 E. 34th St. 
Daniell's (John) Sons & Son, Broadway & 8th 

St. (D. S.) 
Davis, R., 2 1 W. 42d St. (S-h.) 
Deutschberger, A., 105 4th Ave. (S-h.) 
Dixie Book Shop, 41 Liberty St. (Financial) 
Dodd & Livingston, 4th Ave. & 30th St. (Rare) 
Dorms Book Store, 11 15 Amsterdam Ave. 
Doubleday Page & Co., Book Shop, Arcade 

of Pa. Terminal Station, 32d St. & 7th Ave. 
Dougherty, J. T.. 409 W. 59th St. (Med.) 
Drake, James F. Inc., 4 W. 40th St. (Rare) 
Dressers Book Store, 42 3d Ave. (S-h.) 
Dutton, E. P., & Co., 31 W. 23d St. 
Eaton & Mains, 150 5th Ave. (Religious) 
Eckler, Peter, 35 Fulton St. (Free Thought) 
XVIII Century Shop, M. Hoog, Prop., 642 

Madison Ave. (Rare) 
Engineering Magazine, 140 Nassau St. (Eng. 

&Sd.) 
Fallon Law Book Co., Ss Nassau St. (Law) 
Farrcll, C. P., 117 E. 21st St. (Liberal & 

Sci.) 
Fischer, J. & Bro., 7 Bible House (Musical) 
Fowler k Wells Co., 18 E. sad St. (Phre- 
nology) 
Franklin Bookshop, 135 E. 59th St. (S-h.) 
Freud Co., 53 W. 4Sth St. 
Fulton Stamp Co., Z02 W. 4 2d St. (Rare) 
Furman, P. H., Co., 363 W. 51st St. (S-h.) 
Gerard's Literary Shop, 83 Nassau St. (S-h.) 
Gimbel Bros., 6th Ave. & 33d St. (D. S.) 
Goldstein, H., 64 Vesey St. (S-h.) 
Goodenough & Woglam Co., 122 Nassau St. 

(S. S.) 
Gorham, Edwin S., 37 E. 28th St. (Church) 
Gospel Publishing C)o., 54 W. 2 2d St. (Re- 
ligious) 
Graham, W. B., 66 Cortlandt St. (Rare) 
Grant, F. E., 23 W. 42d St. 
Greenhut-Siegel, Cooper Co., i8th St. & 6th 

Ave. (D. S.) 
Hall & O'Malley, 64 Cortlandt St. (S-h.) 
Harbeson, D. L. & G. L., 204 W. 23d St. (S-h.) 
Harper, L. C, 437 5th Ave. (Rare) 
Helbum, Wm., 10 E. i6th St. (Architec.) 
Herenor, H. H., Co., 507 5th Ave. (Mail 

Orders) 






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NEW YORK 
New York City. 

Hessling (Bruno) Co., 64 E. 12th St. (Architec.) 
Hewitt, Mrs. W. H., xio University PI. (Rare) 
Himebaugh, Caroline L., 97 Reade St. (Pub* 

Usher's remainders) 
Hinds & Noble, 31 W. isth St. (Educa.) 
Hoeber, Paul B., 69 E. ^gth St. (Medical) 
Holtin, H. C, Christopher St. Ferry. 
Home & Library Supply Co., 225 5th Ave. 
Hudson Book Co., 822 Hewett PI., Bronx. 
International Committee Y. M. C. A., 124 £., 

28th St. 
Italian Bk. Co., 520 Broadway. (Italian) 
Jacobs, Joseph, 26 Barclay St. (Catholic) 
Jenkins, Jas. A., 313 Madison Ave. 
Jenkins, Wm. R., Co., 851 6th Ave. 
Johnson, E. W., 6 E. 30th St. (S-h.) 
Katz, Samuel, 1629 Madison Ave. (S-h.) 
Kaufman, Max H., 257 W. ii6th St. (S-h.) 
Keating-Pabst Co., 5 W. Broadway. (S-h.) 
Reeson, Wilfred C, 66 Beaver St. (Rare) 
Kelly, Leo & Co., iz8 E. 28th St. (Mailorder) 
Kenedy, P. J., & Sons, s Barclay St. (Catholic) 
Kennedy, Mitchell, 2 E. 29th St. 
Kesner, J. L. Co., 23d St. & 6th Ave. (D. S.) 
Kiso, Emil, 77 2d Ave. (Hungarian) 
Knapp, F. H., 146 Hamilton Place. 
Koch, H. C. F. & Co., 136 W. i2Sth St. (D. S.) 
Kolner, L., 124 W. ii6tTi St. (S-h.) 
Latin American Book Co., 113 E. 26th St. 

(Spanish Americana) 
Lauchheimer & Co., 86th St. & 3d Ave. (D. S.) 
Lawyers' Co-operative Pub. Co., 8z Nassau 

St. (Law) 
Lemcke & Buechner, 30-32 W. 27th St. (For- 
eign) 
Lenox Book Shop, 2078 Seventh Ave. 
Lewis, L. H., 108 Fulton St. (Law) 
Lexington Book Shop, 120 E. 59th St. (S-h.) 
Login, B., 1328 3d Ave. (Medical) 
London Book Concern, Robt. Wallace, Pres. 

366 5th Ave. (Metaphysical) 
Lorenz Pub. Co., 150 sth Ave. 
McBride, T. J., & Son, 71 Broadway. 
McDevitt- Wilson Bargain Bookshop, 30 Church 

St. 
McGraw-Hill Book Co., 239 W. 39th St. 

(Technical) 
McPartland & O'Flaherty, Sth Ave. & 43d St. 

(D. S.) 
Macy, R. H., & Co., 34th St. & Broadway. 

(D. S.) 
Madigan P. F., 501 5th Ave. (Autographic) 
Madison Avenue Book Store, 587 Madison 

Ave., C. E. Bonnell, Mgr. 
Madison Book Store, 53 E. 59th St. (S-h.) 
Maisel, Max N., 424 Grand St. (S-h.) 
Malkan, Henry, 42 Broadway & 55 New St. 

(N. & S-h.) 
Manhattan Book Store, M. Herschcovitz & Co., 

Prop., 201 E. Broadway. 
Markowitz, M., 297 Bowery. 
Martin, H. W. (Ye Booke & Arte Shoppe), 3x00 

Broadway. 
Mendoza (Isaac) Book Co., 17 Ann St. (S-h.) 
Meyer-Murck, 107 W. 28th St. (French) 
Moody's Magazine, Book Dept., 35 Nassau 

St. (Financial) 
Munn & Co., 361 Broadway. (Scientific) 
Neuhaus, A. & Co., 466 Columbus Ave. (D. S.) 



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NEW YORK 
New York City. 

New Fiction Library, 72 Madison Ave. (Has 

eight branches) 
Newhall, Daniel H., 154 Nassau. St. (Lincolni- 

ana) 
New Yorl Medical Book Co., 45 E. 42d St. 
New York Rare Bk. Co., 12 E. 44th St. 
Noble, D. Rogers, Jr., 985 Lexington Ave. 
North, Ernest D., 4 E. 39th St. (Rare) 
O'Neill- Adams Co., 6th Ave. & 21st St. (D. S.) 
Osborn Shop, The, 655 W. i8ist St. 
O'Shea, Daniel, 1938 Webster Ave. (S-h.) 
Peloubet, S. S., 132 Nassau St. (Law) 
Plaza Bk. Shop, A. I. Waun, Prop., 363 W. 

S9th St. 
Pratt, C. S., 161 6th Ave. (S-h.) 
Presbyterian Board of Pub., 156 sth Ave. 

(Religious) 
Pustet, Fr., & Co., 52 Barclay St. (Cath.) 
Putnam's G. P., Sons 27-29 W. 23d St., and a, 

4 & 6 W. 45th St. 
Reformed Church, Board of Pub., 25 E. aad 

St.- (Religious) 
Regeant's Book Store, C. A. Eron, 4 Rutgers 

St. (S-h.) 
Reif sneider, G. F., 1 14 E. S9th St. (S-h.) 
Reliance Book Shop, 23 E. 14th St. (S-h.) 
Rcvell, Fleming H., Co., 158 5th Ave. 
Richmond, George H., Literature Co., 19 £. 

45th St. (Rare) 
Rohde & Haskins Co., 16 Cortlandt St. 
Rosenbaum, J., 8 Bible House. (S-h.) 
Rothenberg & Co., 38 W. 14th St. (D. S.) 
Rusk, Wm. S., 604 Sth Ave. (S-h.) 
Sabin, Joseph F., 22 Pine St. (Rare) 
Schermerhom, J. W., & Co., 12 W. 33d St. 

(Educa.) 
Schirmer, G., 5 E. 43d St. (Musical) 
Schulte, Theo. E., 132 E. 23d St. (S-h.) 
Schwartz, F. A. O., 5th Ave. & 31st St. (Juve- 
nile) 
Schwartz, Kerwin & Fauss, 42 Barclay St. 

Catholic School) 
Scribner's Chas., Sons, 153 sth Ave. 
Seller, A. G., 1222 Amsterdam Ave. 
Senior, James R., Inc., 214 W. 125th St. (D.S.) 
Sherwood's, Inc., 144 Fulton St. 
Simpson, Crawford Co., 6th Ave. & 19th St. 

(D. S.) 
Smith, George D., 48 Wall St. (Rare) 
Smith, Geo. D., Book Co., i E. 45th St. (Rare) 
Socialist Literature Co., 15 Spruce St. 
Stammer, P., 123 E. 23d St. (S-h.) 
Stechert, F. C. Co., Inc., 29 W. 32d St. 
Stechert, G. E., & Co., 151-155 W. 2Sth St 

(Foreign) 
Steiger, E., & Co., 49 Murray St. (Foreign) 
Stone, H., 136 4th Ave. (S-h.) 
Stonestreet, Guy, 507 5th Ave. (Rare) 
Strashun, A. 47 Vesey St. (S-h.) 
Syndicate Trading Co., 2 Walker St. (Whole- 
sale) 
Thompson, Lewis M., 42 Broadway. (Rare) 
Thomson, Wm., 29 W. 1 25th St. (S-h.) 
Thomson-Pitt Book Co., 947 Sth Ave. (S-h.) 
Truth Seeker, 62 Vesey St. (Free Thought) 
Van Nostrand, D., & Co., 25 Park Place. (Eng. 

& Scien.) 
Walker, Edwin C, 244 W. 143d St. (Free 

Thought) 



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NEW YORK 
New York City. 

Walton, W. T., 8th Ave. & 51st St. (D. S.) 

Wanamaker, John, Broadway & zoth St. 
(D. S.) 

Ward & Drummond, 27 E. 22d St (S. S. 
Supplies) 

Wasserman, A., 45 Clinton St. 

Wegelin, Oscar, 29 W. 42d St. (Rare) 

Weltman, I., 137 E. 23d St. (S-h.) 

Wenrick, E. L., 11 W. 64th St. (Horse Books) 

Wenzel, Paul, 31 E. 12 th St. (Architect.) 

Whaley, M. J., 430 sth Ave. 

Whittaker, Thomas, Inc., 2 Bible House. 

Wilkins, Arthur C, 207 W. 23d St. (S-h.) 

Williams, H., 105 E. 22d St. 

Williams, David, Co., 239 W. 39th St. (Tech- 
nical) 

Wolff, Hugo F., 1464 3d Ave. 

Wright, J. O., 5 E. 42d St. (Rare) 

Newburgh. — 27,805. 

Green, Geo. W. 

Schoonmaker, John & Son. (D. S.) 

Smith, Nathan S. 

New Rochelle.— 38,867. 

Barquet, Grace B. 
Mahoney, W. H. 

Niagara Falls.— 30,445. 

Campbell Staty. Store. 
Cowper- Warrington Co. 
Hirsh's, S. Sons. (D. S.) 
Niagara Falls News Co. 

Ogdensburg. — 15,933. 

Algie Book Store. 
Newell, E. A. Co. 
Smith, Mrs. Eugene. 

Oneonta. — 9,491 . 

Darbee, Wm. W. 
Reynolds, Geo. & Son. 
Saunders, Henry. 
Tipple, A. H. 

Oswego.— 23,868. 

Casey, Michael F. 

Oliphant, R. J. 

Schuler, John M. & Son. (Educa.) 

Sutton, Jas. 

Wallace, W. P. 

PeekskHl.— 15,245. 

Clark, A. S., 218 Washington St. (S-h) 
Clinton, C. E. (Drugs) 
Clinton, W. H. Jr. 
Kennedy, A. B. (Dru^s) 
Roake, E. K. (Magazines) 

Plattsburg.— 1 1,138. 

Tuttle, J. W., & Co. 
Warren, A. M., Co. 

Potsdam.— 3,843. 
Weston, J. R. 

Port Jervis. — 9,695. 

Dalley & Co., J. N.KD.JS.) 
Baldwin's Book Store. 



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NEW YORK 

Potigfakeepsie. — 37,936. 

Ambler, J. P., Co. 

Fitchett, J. H. 

Flagler & Co. 

Luckey, Piatt & Co. (D. S.) 

Wallace Co., The. (D. S.) 

Rochester. — 318,149. 

Burke, Fitzsimons, Hone & Co. (D. S.) 
Duffy-Powers Co. (D. S.) 
Edward, E. W. & Son, 13a Main St. (D.'S.) 
Edwards, Wm. C. (Book Hunter's Shop), 

106 Sibley Block. 
Goldstein Book & Staty. Co., 105 W. Main St 
Humphrey, Geo. P., 635 Spring St. (S-h.) 
Jackson, Alfred. 

Kennerson, Wm. 53 South Ave. (S-h.) 
Lawyers' Co-op. Publishing Co. (Law) 
McCurdy & Norwell Co. (D. S.) 
Rochester News Co. 
Rubenstein, Nathan. (Hebrew) 
Scrantom, Wetmore & Co. (Wholesale & 

Retail) 
Sibley, Lindsay & Curr Co. (D. S.) 
Smith, Clarence W., 44 East Ave. 
Sneath, T. Seymour, 24 Reynolds Arcade* 

(Rare) 
Stupp, F. J., 37 Clinton St. (Catholic) 
Trant, E. 10 Clinton Ave. S. (Catholic) 

Rome. — 30,497* 

Bacon F. E. & Co. (D. S.) 
Greenfield, D. L. 
Herzog, Sturtevant Co. (D. S.) 
Sturtevant- Wilson Co., 
Wilson, John H. 

Rondout — 

Wadsworth, T. W. 
Winter, Arthur E. 

Saratoga Springs. — 13,693. 

Brunner, Bernard. 

Old Curiosity Shop, F. J. Wilder. (S-h.) 

Robson & Adee. 

Schenectady. — 73,836. 

Barney, H. S., Co. (D. S.) 

Carl, Co., The. (D. S.) 

Gleason Book Co. 

Reeves, Lufman Co. (D. S.) 

Robson & Adee. 

Wallace Co., The. (D. S.) 

Syracuse. — 137,349. 

Bacon, Chappell Co. (D. S.) 

Bailey, Frederick S., 114 E. Washington St. 

Dey Bros., & Co. (D. S.) 

Edwards, E. W., & Son. (D. S.) 

Foote, W. Y., Co., University Block. 

Heise, John. (Autographs) 

Hopson, Wm., 1 16 W. Washington St. (Sub'n) 

Hunter & Tuppen Co. (D. SO 



Neal & Hyde. (D. S. Jobbers) 

Stone, H. G. (D. S.) 

Student's Supply Co., 747 S. Crouse Ave. 

University Co-operative Assn. 

Wolcott's Book Shop. C. E. Wolcott, Prop 



4 

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AMERICAN LIBRARY ANNUAL 



NEW YORK 
Troy.— 76,813. 

Allen Book & Stat. Co., 454 Fulton St. 

Brewster, C. A. 

Carl Co., The. (D. S.) 

Davidson, T. U., & Co. 

Edwards, E. A. & Son. (D. S.) 

Frear, Wm. H., & Co. (D. S.) 

Gorley, W. & L. E. (Engineering) 

Quackenbush, G. V. S. & Co. (D. S.) 

Robinson, E. R. (S-h.) 

Woods, Wm. J. (Church Goods) 

Utica. — 74,4i9. 

Cadby, J. H. W. (S-h.) 
Fraser, Robt. (D. S.) 
Grant, John L. 
Hunter, A. S. & T. (D. S.) 
Utica Catholic Book Store. 

Watertown. — ^26,730. 

Cook, Fred E. 

Empsall, Frank,A. & Co. (D. S.) 

Powers Book & Stationery Co. 

Sterling, John. 

Treadwell, G. D. 

West Troy.— 

Moore, C. T. & Co. 

White Plains.— 15,949. 

Byran, Wm. J. 
Scott, S., & Co. 
Verplanck, Mrs. F. E. 

White Plains Book & Stationery Co., S. Shapiro, 
Mgr. 

Yonkers. — 79,803. 

Ash, Eliza. 
East, W. Palmer, Co. 
Ebbes, Irving B. 
Thompson, W. H. 

NORTH CAROLm A 

Asheville.— 18,762. 

Brown Book Co. 
Hockney & Moale Co. 
Nahikian, H. M. 
Rogers, H. Taylor. 
Storer, J. M., Co. (D. S.) 

Charlotte.— 34,014. 

Co-operative Press. 
Little-Long Co. (D. S.) 
Robinson, C. H. 
Stone & Barringer Co. 

Durham.— 18,241. 
Smith, J. Henry. 

Gastonia. — ^5,759. 
Hunter, J. A. 

Goldsboro. — 6,107. 

Cash Novelty & Book Store. 
Goldsboro Book Store. 

Greensboro.— 15,895. 

Meyers Co., The. (D. S.) 

Wharton Bros. 

Wills Book & Stationery Co. 



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DIRECTORY OF BOOKSELLERS 



NORTH CAROLm A 

Hendersonville. — a,8x8. 
Pless, Chas. E. 

Lenoir.— 3^64. 
Lenoir Book Co. 

Morganton. — 2,7 1 a, 

Gaither, B. S. 

Mount Airy. — 3,844. 
Jenkins, J. D. 

Newbem — 9,961 • 

Ennett, G. N. 
Waters, T. W., & Co. 
Whitehurst, M. E., & Co. 

Raleigh. — 19,218. 

Baptist S. S. Supply Store. 
North Carolina Book Co. 
Pescud, E. F. (S-h.) 
Southern Book Exchange. (S-h.) 
Williams, Alfred, & Co. 

Rocky Mount — 8,05 1 . 
Abram Book Co., Jenkins Bldg., Tarboro St. 

Statesville. — ^4,599. 
Mills-Allison Co. 

Wilmington. — 25,748. 

De Rosset, Robt. C. 
Yates, C. W., & Co. 

Winston-Salem. — 22,700. ^ 

Myers & Westbrook Co. (D. S.) 
Watkins. W. H, 

NORTH DAKOTA 

I ismarck.— 5,543. 

Hoskins Stationery Co. 
Woodward, A. B. 

r argo.— 14,331. 

Gunness & Ellison. 

McClare, Fred C, 69 Broadway. 

Peterson & Goldsmith. 

Turner, Eugene S., 712 Front St. 

Grand Forks. — 12,478. 

Griffith, R. B. 
Lude, Thomas. 
Smith, W. G. 

OHIO 
Akron. — 69,067* 

Long & Taylor Co. 
O'Neil, M., & Co. (D. S.) 
Richardson, J. K. 
Yeager, C. H., Co. (D. S.) 

Alliance. — 15,083. 

Antram & Pettis. 

Cassidy Drug & Chemical Co. 

Hoffman, W. S. 

Mowrer & Antram. 



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omo 

Ashtabula. — iB^66, 

Cook, A. B., & Co. (Drugs) 
Knowleton & Allen. (Drugs) 
Lee, John & Son. 

Athens.— iS,465« 

Millikan & Hickle. 
Walker, Geo. R. 

Bame8ville.-^4ya33. 
GiffenDrugCo. 

Bellaire. — 12,946. 

City Book Store, Mrs. M. G. Connor. 
Wyrick, C. M. 

Buqmss.— 8,iaa. 

Farquhar Bros. 
Kennedy, C. H. 
Johnston, R. T., & Son. 

Cambridge. — 1 19327. 
McCleary, H. 

Canton. — 50,2x7. 

Durbin & Wright Co. (Drugs) 

Kenny Bros. (D. S.) 

News Exchange Co. 

Zollinger, Wm, K., & Co. (D. S.) 

Chillicothe.— 14,508. 

Cronin, D. P. 
Homey & Chapman. 
Thornton, J. & Brown, Walter. 

Cincinnati. — ^364,463. 

Anderson, W. H., Co., 524 Main St. ^ (Law) 

Armstrong News & Sta. Co., 419 Main St. 

Benziger Bros., 343 Main St. (Catholic) 

Cincinnati Medical Book Co., 905 Race St. 
(Med.) 

Cincinnati News Co., 127 Shillito Place 

Clarke Robert, Book Store, Government Sq. 
Stewart & Kidd Co., 

Cut Rate Book Co., 20 E. 7th St. 

Blinn, A. B., 514 Main St. (Rare) 

Fair, The, 6th & Race Sts. (D. S.) 

Hanke Bros. (D. S.) 

Hawley, J. R., News Co. 

Jackson, Hall N., 719 Vine St. 

James, U. P., 127 W. 7th St. 

McAlpin, Geo. W., Co., 134th St. (D. S.) 

Moroney Bros., 746 W. sth St. (S-h. ) 

Pustet, Fr., & Co., 436 Main St. (Catholic) 

Queen City Book Co., 615 Vine St.' (S-h.) 

Shillito, John, Co., The, 7th & Race Sts. 
(D. S.) 

Smith Book Co., 143 E. 4th St. (S-h.) 

University Book Store. 

Western Methodist Book Concern (Jennings 
& Graham), 220 W. 4th St. 

Western Tract. Soc., 420 Elm St. (Re- 
ligious) 

Wilde, A. E., Co., 28 E. 7th St. 



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OHIO 



Cleveland. — 560,663. 

Bailey Co., The, Ontario St. (D. S.) 

Bethel, J. C, 440 Arcade. 

Burrows Bros. Co., 633 Euclid Ave. 

Central Publishing House, 2969 W. 35th St. 
(Religious) 

Clark, Arthur H., Co., 209 Caxton Bldg. 

Cleveland News Co., 1552 W. 3d St. (Whole- 
sale) 

Fries & Schuele Co., 1952 W. 2Sth St. (D. S.) 

Galbraith, Wm. T., 631 Schofield Bldg. (Med* 
ical) 

Gepfert's Book Store, 138 Superior Ave. (Law 
fcS-h.) 

German Baptist Pub. Soc, 3812 Payne Ave. 

Holcomb, J. R. & Co. 

Holmes, Chas. H., 10,653 Euclid Ave. 

Jansen, J. H., 324 Caxton Bldg. (Architec.) 

Kirkpatrick, John, 5507 Woodland Ave. 
(Educa.) 

Koch, R. A., & Co., 1 139 Superior Ave. N. E. 
(CathoUc) 

Komer & Wood Co., 737 Euclid Ave. 

Larwill, Alfred M., Univ. Book Store, 10,514 
Euclid Ave. 

May Co., The, 22 Public Sq. (D. S.) 

Penndorf, F. M., 2619 Lorain. (German) 

Penton Pub. Co., Book Dept. (Technical) 

Plowman, John G., 316 Prospect Ave. 

Pub. House of the Evan. Assn., 1901-23 Wood- 
land Ave. 

Pushaw, J. S., 212 Superior Ave. 

Taylor, Wm. Son & Co., 630 Euclid Ave. (D. S.) 

Tomlinson, J. T., & Son, 81 rS Decker Ave. 
(Educa.) 

Yeagle, M. C, & Co., 318 Euclid Ave. (Re- 
ligious) 

Cohunbus. — 181 9548. 

Allen, M. B., 678 E. Long St. 

Beck, Bergener & Co., 264 S. High St. 

Beggs Co. (D. S.) 

Book Exchange, 84 W. Broad St. (S-h.) 

Clarke, Mary L. (Kelmscott Library) 

College Book Store, F. C. Long, 15th Ave. & 

High St. 
Coliunbus Dry Goods Co. (D. S.) 
Fay, E. L. Co., 10-14 E. Chestnut St. (S-h.) 
Harriman, S. F., 4 Clinton Bldg. 
Long & Kiler, nth Ave. & High St. 
Lutheran Book Concern, 57 Main St. 
McClelland & Co., 41 S. High St. 
Ohio Library Co. 
Smythe, A. H., 43 S. High St. 
Varsity Supply Co., A. G. Geven, 1602 N. 

High St. 
Wells, L. S., 665 S. High St. (Educa.) 
White, Z. L., Co. (D. S.) 

Dayton.— 1 16,577. 

Bleser, Charles W. 

Catholic Library Store Co. 

Christian Pub. Association. 

Elder & Johnston Co. (D. S.) 

Everybody's Bookshop. 

Lorenz & Co. 

Paine Pub. Co. 

Sullivan & Eyer. (S-h.) 

Thompson, Wm., & Co. (S-h.) 

United Brethren Pub. House, W. R. Funk, Agt. 



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AMERICAN LIBRARY ANNUAL 



omo 

Delaware. — 99O76. 

Atchinson, E. V. 
Hardin & Gallant. 
Latham, H. S. 
Wells, L. S. 

East LiverpooL — 20,387. 

Wilson Stationery Co. 
Yates Novelty Store. 

Elyria.'— 14,835. 

Bins, J. C. 
Eldred & Co. 
Lagron's Book Store. 

Findlay.— 14,858. 

Firmin, J. C. 

Connell & Co. Drug Co. 

Jackson & Co. 

Fremont — 9,939. 

Dillon, Mary P. 
McCulloch, C. R., & Co. 
Thomas & Grund. 

Franklin. — 2,659. 

Editor Pub. Co. 
Worley & Albaugh. 

Gallipolis.— 5,560. 
Moore, Sherwood A., Co. 

Granville. — i ,394. 

Denison Book Exchange. 

Greenville. — 6,337. 
Gibson & Wenger. 

Hamilton.— 35,379. 

Beauchanp, Lou J. (Rare) 
Forbes & Todd. 
Heck, Frank M. 

Lronton. — 13,147. 

Brandt Bros. 
Hill, J. M., & Bro. 
lronton Book Store. 
March Bros. 

Lancaster.— 13,093. 
Outcalt & Co. 

Lima. — 30,508. 

Book Shop, Ballard & Pence. 
City Book Store, R. Ramseyer. 
Heister, C. W. (Drugs) 
Hunter Bros. (Drugs) 
Newson-Hawister Co. (D. S.) 
Schell, C. E. 
Webb Book & Bible Co. 

Lorain. — 28,883. 

Brick, Geo. P. 
Eldred & Co. 



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omo 

Mansfield. — 20,768. 

Ashbrook, Chas. S. (Drugs) 

Hursh Bros. 

Mowry, W. C. (Drugs) 

Reinewald, Chas. 

Ritter, Chas. 

Marietta. — 1 2,923. 

Kiger & Robe. 
Marietta Book Store Co. 

Marion. — 18,232. 

Layton, J. B. 

Tschanen Bros. (Drugs) 

Wiant, Charles G. 

Massillon. — 139879. 

Bahney, E. F. 
Baltzly Co., The. 
Hankins, S. B. 

Middletown. — 13,152. 

Fay, J. T. 
Johnson Drug Co. 
Mathes-Sohngen Co. 
Ross-Shields Co. 

Mt. Vernon. — 9,087. 
Arnold Merchandise Co. 

Newark. — 25,404. 

Allison, Williams & Co. 
Edmiston, J. M. 
Norton, A. L., Co. 

Norwalk. — 7,858. 

Jackson, C. F: Co. (D. S.) 

Oberlin. — 4,365. 

Comings, A. G. 
Goodrich, E. J. 
Students' Supply Store. 

Oxford. — 2,017. 
Stephenson, H. W. 

Piqua.— 13,388. 

Nash, G. W., Jr. 
Worley & Zimmerman. 

Portsmouth. — 23,481 . 

Anderson Bros. Co. (D. S.) 
Brandon Book & Sta. Co. 
Corner Book Store. 
Reilly, W. W., & Co. 
Schloss & Co. 
Tower Book Co. 
Treuthart, Jas. L. 

Salem.— 8,943. 

Campbell, I. D. & J. H. 
Hawley, Henry C. 
McMillan, J. 

Sandusky. — 19,989. 

Herb & Myers Co. (D. S.) 
Huntington, H. C. Co. 

Marshall, N. E. 
Windisch, Geo. 



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OHIO 

Springfield.— 46,921. 

Limbocker, Henry S. 
Pierce &; Co. 
Stupp, S. B. & Co. 
Wren, Edw. Co. (D. S.) 

SteubenTille. — 32,39x. 

Erwin & Robinson. 
Oliver, John F. 



.—11,894. 

Good, Will H. 
Griggs, H. H., Co. 
Mott Book Store. 
Parker, E. D. 
Stewart, Lillian. 
Weidling, C. P., k Co. 

Toledo.— 168,497. 

Antique Book Store. (S-h.) 
Book Exchange, A. T. Marks. 
Brown, Eager k Hull Co. (Wholesale) 
Franklin Ptg. & Engrav. Co. 
Higgins E. Co. 
Knef Bros. (Catholic) 
Lasalle k Koch Co. (D. S.) 
Lion Dry Goods Co. (D. S.) 
Milner, W. L., k Co. (D. S.) 
Perry k Bartley (Church Goods) 
Trademore Co., 235 Huron St. 
Young, Mrs. R. A. 

Warren.- 11,081. 

Kneeland Bros. 
Otting, E. H. (S-h.) 

^(^Imington. — ^4,491 . 
Hildebrandt, Jeff. 

Wooster.— 6,136. 

Brandt, D. W. 

Burkholder, G. W. 

Rice, W. E., Agt. 

University Book Exchange, J. F. Guy, Mgr. 



Zenla.— 8,706. 

Chew, J. P. 
West, R. C. 

Toungstown.^rPfO^^* 

Euwcr's J. N., Sons Co. (D. S.) 
McKelvey, Geo. M., Co. (D. S.) 
McNally, John A. (D. S.) 
Stone, Geo. H. 
Weil-Hartzell Co. (Educa.) 

Zanesville. — 28,026. 

Conaway, F. F. 

Edmiston Book & Sta. Co. 

Fox, Geo. R. 

Fulkerson, O. C. 

Jermy, William. 

Sturtevant, H. H., Co. (D. S.) 



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OEXAHOMA 

Ardmore. — 8,6i8. 

Coleman Bros. (Educa.) 
Frame, W. B. 
Hayes, Morgan J. 
Wall, J. B. 

Chickasha. — 10,320. 
Dunlap, R. A. 

Durant — 

Durant Book Store, T. B. Gill, Prop. 

Enid.— 13,799. 

Chester, J. M. & Sons. 
Eggleston, H. M. 
Parker Bookstore. 

Gufhrie. — I z ,654. 

Lillie, F. B. & Co. 
Oklahoma Book Co. (Educa.) 
State Capital Printing Co. 
Tyler & Spangler. 

Kingfisher.— 2,538. 
Lott Bros. 

Lawton.^7,788. 

Goodner Bk. & Suty. Co. 

McAlester. — 1 2,954. 

Bettes, Harry J. 
Keneaster, T. H. 
Edwards, W. R. 

Muskogee. — 25,278. 

Brett, S. B. 

Jones & Co., R. M. 

Rutledge, L. 

Norman. — ^3,724. 

Barbour & Sons. 
Southwestern Book Exchange. 

Oklahoma City. — 64,205. 

Alexander Drug Co. 

Clarke, H. H. 

Elliott- Jackson Co. 

Miller Sta. Co. 

Oklahoma Book Co. (Educa.) 

Raymer's Old Book Store. 

Rice, J. F. 

Simon & Mayer. 

Perry.— 3,133. 
Barton, J. W. 

Shawnee. — 12,474. 

Robertson, C. B. 

Yunt, S. M. & Katherine. 

Stillwater.— 3,444. 
Kidd Bros. 

Tulsa.— 18,182. 
Nail, P. H. 



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AMERICAN LIBRARY ANNUAL 



OREGON 
Albany.~4,a75. 

Jones, H. J. 
Dawson, Fred. 

AstoriA. — 9>599* 

Svensen, John. 
Vallquist, Rudolph. 
Whitman, O. W. 

Corvallis. — 4,552. 

Allen & Woodward. 
Gerhard, C. A. 
Schultz, Robert. 

Eugene. — 9,009. 

Eaton's Book & Art Store. 
Schwarzschild, Eugene. 
Trump, A. E. 



Medford. — 8,840. 

Davis & Miller. 
The Merrivold Shop. 

Oregon City.— 4,287. 
Huntley Bros. 

Pendleton, — ^4,460. 

Cook & Perry, 105 E. Court St. 
Frazier & Nelson Co. 

Portland.— 207,2 14. 

Davis & Kilburn. 

Gill, J. K., Co., 3d & Alder Su. 

Hyland Bros. 168 sth St. (S-h.) 

Janits, Albert, Co., 491 Washington St. 

Jones' Book Store, 291 Alder St. 

Lipman, Wolf & Co., 3d & Washington Sts. 

(D. S.) 
Meier & Frank Co., 5th & Morrison Sts. 

(D. S.) 
Oregon News Co. 
Portland Book & Sta. Co. 
Schmale, A W.. Co. 
Singletary, J. W. 

Rosebiirg.- 4,738. 

Agee & Ragsdale. 
Book Store. 

Salem. — 14,094. 

Burghardt, W. H. Co. 

Commercial Book Store, W. D. Evans. 

Pat ton Bros. 

Putnam, G. W. (Est. of) 

Sheridan. — 1,021. 

The Mart, Rudolph Vallquist. 

PENNSYLVANU 

Allegheny. — 1 29,896. 
See Pittsburg. 

Allentown.— 51 ,913. 

Allentown Book Store. 
Dickson, W. A., & Co. 
Hartzell, V. J. 
Hess Bros. (D. S.) 
Lawfer, W. R., & Co. 



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DIRECTORY OF BOOKSELLERS 

PENNSTLVANU 
Allentown. 

Schmid, C. K. 

Shafer Book Store, J. Alfred Shafer, Mgr. 
Stiles, Clarence H. 
ZoUinger-Hamed Co. (D. S.) 

Altoona. — 52,127. 

Bartle, W. H. 

Gable, W. F., k Co. (D. S.) 
Kline Bros. (D. S.) 
McCartney, H. W. 
Shefifer, Grant. 

Athens. — ^3,796. 
Loop, G. A. 

Beaver Falls. — 12,191. 

Grimm, J. L. 
Reeder, W. T. 

Betfaleh em.— 1 2,837. 

Bruch. Earl E. 

Moravian Publication Concern. 

Braddock. — 19,357. 

Klaban, Roderus V. 
Rosenbloom, S. L 
Welles & Bro. 

Bradford. — 14,544. 

Brennan & Davis. 

Davies, Fred G. 

Johnson, J. W. 

Field News Co., B. Garbarsky. 

Butler. — 20,728. 

Douglas, J. H. 

Eyth's Book Store. 

Jack, J. S. 

Reud, John M. 

Trautman's, A., Sons. (D. S.) 

Carbondale. — 17,040. 

Dimack, J. W. 
Murphy, Thomas J. 
Reynolds, A. W. 
Van Bergen, R. B. & N. 

Carlisle. — 10,303. 

Clarke,W. C. 
Piper's Book Store. 

Chambersburg. — 1 1 ,800. 

Snider, Jacob N. 
Yaeger, Howard. 

Chester.— 38,537. 

Sees, Samuel, Co., 7th & Edgmont Aves. (D. S.) 
Simmonds, A. D., 53 J Market St. 
Spencer Stationery Co., 528 Market St. 

Coatsville. — 1 1 ,084. 

Speakman, Claud N. 

Columbia. — 1 1 ,454. 

Richards, Geo. H. & Allen. 
Richards, & Eckman. 

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AMERICAN LIBRARYI ANNUAL 



PliNNSYLVANU 

Connellsville. — 1 2,845. 

Hood, Sam F. 
Mace & Co. CD. S.) 
Tannehill, W. E., & Bro. 

Dunmore. — 17,615. 

CuIIen, Frank. 

Ea8ton.— 28,523. 

Bush & Bull. (D. S.) 

Eyerman, J. 

Laubach, Wm., & Sons. (D. S.) 

Montague, Chas. J. 

Vogel, Ellsworth D. 

Erie.— 66,525. 

Boston Store, Erie D. G. Co. (D. S.) 

Sell, W. J. 

Stearns, J. Marcus. 

Trask, Prescott & Mackey Co. (D. S.) 



(D. S.) 



Franklin. — 9,767. 

Brown, C. A., & Co. 
Griffin, Cecil L. 
Rallya, S. F. 
Smith, J. H., & Co. 



Greensburg. — 13,012. 

Lyon, Clements & Hill. 
T. & G. Book Shop. 

Harrisbtirg. — 64, 1 86. 

Central Book Store, W. A. Laverty. 

Cotterel, David W. 

Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart. (D. S.) 

Goho, Stephen O. (Educa.) 

Lehman, Alonzo G. 

Pub. House of the United Evangelical Ch., 

S. Weist, Mgr. 
Roberts & Meek. 

Hazleton. — 25,452. 

Altmiller, Cbos. 
Central Book Store. 
City Book Store. 
Karsch, Geo. W. 
Keiser, Chas. W. 
Sutherland, H. E. 

Homestead. — 18,713. 
McConeghy, K. (Sta.) 

Huntingdon. — 6,861 . 
Black & Co. 

Johnstown.— 55,482. 

Hershberger, H. A. 
Horan, W. A. 
Johnstown Book Store. 
Kaylor, H. G. 
Moore, W. H. 

Nathan, M., & Bro. (D.|S.) 
Penn Traffic Co. (D. S.) 
Waters, Wm. B., &lBros. 

Kutztown. — 2,360. 

Christ, A. S. 



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PENNSYLVANU 

Lancaster. — 47,227. 

Barr, Chas. H. 

Diechler, A. M. 

Fondersmith, G. Luther. 

Hager & Brother. (D. S.) 

Herr, L. B. & Son. 

Lancaster Mail Order House, 20 East Orange 

St. (N & O.) 
Leinbach & Co. (D. S.) 
Lutheran Book Concern. 
Ream, C. H. 
Watt & Shand. (D. S.) 

Lebanon. — 19,240. 

De Huff, J. A. 
Dutweiler, Ira K. 
Witmeyer, Daniel P. 

McKeesport — ^42,694. 

Gordon, & Foster. 

O'Neill, J. D. & Co. (D. S.) 

Price, E. M., & Co. 

Ifahanoy City.~z5,936. 

Madden, W. V. 
Snyder, W. H. 

Meadville. — 1 2,780. 

Schwartzman, Geo. 
Thompson, Henry H. 

Mount Carmel.— 17,532. 
Clarkson, A. S. 

Mount Pleasant. — 5,812. 
Reese, G. & Co. 

Nanticoke.~z8,877. 

Hahn, Mrs. M. 
Meyer, R. H, 

New Ca8tie.~36,28o. 

Euwer's, J. N., Sons. (D. S.) 
Metzler, Charles T., Co., 205 E. Washington 
St. 

Norristown. — 27,875. 

Huston, F. S. 
Kennedy's Book Store. 
Sames, Thomas. 
Slater, Mrs. A. J. 

Oil City.— 15,657. 

Ormiston, Andrew J. 
Wuller, Chas. J. 

Olyphant— 8,505. 
Scriven, Harry. 

Philadelphia. — x ,549,008. 

American Baptist Pub. Soc., 17th & Chestnut 

Sts. 
American E. Book Concern, 631 Pine St. 
American Sunday School Union, 1816 Chestnut 

St. 
Arthur, A., 332 N. 8th St. (S-h.) 
Bains, Wm. M., 1213 Market St. 

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AMERICAN LIBRARY ANNUAL 



PENNSYLVANU 
Philadelphia. 

Baird, H. C, & Co., 8io Walnut St. (Eog.) 

& Sci.) 
Barr, J. E., & Co., 1124 Walnut St. (Rare) 
Bayne, J. L. H., 1218 Chestnut St. (Law) 
Bisel, Geo. T., & Co., 724 Sansome St. (Law) 
Blakiston's, P., Sons & Co., 1012 Walnut St. 

(Medical) 
Bradley & Cullen, 15 S. gth St. (S-h.) 
Campbell, W. J., 1218 Walnut St. (S-h.) 
Campion & Co., 1305 Walnut St. 
Central News Co., 614 Locust St. (Whole- 
sale) 
Cosmop. Book Store, J. Fyda, 448 N. 8th St. 

(S-h.) 
Cullen & Walsh, 15 So. gth St. (S-h.) 
Cunningham, Peter F., & Son, 925 Arch St. 

(Catholic) 
Fisher, H. W., & Co., 214 S. isth St. 
Franklin Bookshop, S. N. Rhoads, 920 Walnut 

St. (S-h.) 
Friends' Book Store, 304 Arch St. 
Gerhard, W. J., 2209 Callowhill St. (S-h.) 
Gimbel Bros., 9th & Market Sts. (D. S.) 
Greenstone, Julius H., 915 N. 8th St. (Hebrew) 
Highlands, John, 1 106 Arch St. (S-h.) 
Houston Club Book Store, University of Pa. 
Jacobs Book Store, 1216 Walnut St. 
Jardine, W. H., 2327 No. 29th St. 
Johnston, T. & J., Co., 535 Chestnut St. 

(Law) 
Kenedy, P. J., & Son, 825 Arch St. (Cath.) 
Keyser, Wm. H., 1017 Arch St. (Educa.) 
Kilner, H. L., k Co., 824 Arch St. (Cath.) 
Kuhlmann, Julius, 326 N. N. loth St. (S-h.) 
Leary, Stuart & Co., 9 S. 9th St. (N. & S-h.) 
Lit Bros., Market St. (D. S.) 
Lutheran Publication Society, 1424 Arch St. 
McGirr, Newman F., Lippencott Bldg. (Rare.) 
McVey, John Jos., 1229 Arch St. 
Martin & Allardyce, Fries Bldg., Frankford. 

(Geneal.) 
Methodist Book Room, 1018 Arch St. 
Pennock, Edward, 3609 Woodward Ave. 

(Medical) 
Perkinpine & Higgins, 914 Arch St. (S. S. 

Supplies) 
Philadelphia Book Co., 15 S. 9th St. (Sci.) 
Pickering, Thos. L., 2219 N. Front St. 
Presbyterian Bd. of Pub., 13 19 Walnut St. 
Price, C. J., 316 S. Broad St. (S-h.) 
Quin Frank & Co., 908 Arch St. (Cath.) 
Reformed Church Pub. Board, 1306 Arch St. 
Reilly, Peter, 133 N. 13th St. 
Rigby, George H., 11 13 Arch St. (S-h.) 
Rosenbach Co., 1320 Walnut St. (Rare) 
Schaefer & Koradi, 4th & Wood Sts. (German) 
Schwartz, G. A., 1006 Arch St. 
Snellenburg, N., & Co., Market & 12th Sts. 

(D. S.) 
Smith, E. W. & Co., 834 Arch St. 
Sessler, Charles, 1304 Walnut St. (S-h.) 
Staton Bros., 5402 Germantown Ave. 
Strawbridge & Clothier, Market St. (D. S.) 
Stuart's Book Store, J. F. Stuart, 256 S. S2d St. 
S. S. Board of Reformed Church, 15th & Race 

Sts. 
Tabard Inn Book Co., 1302-4 Filbert St. 
Wanamaker, John, Market St. (D. S.) 
Welsh (Rees) & Co., 901 Sansome St. 



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(Law) 
(D. S.) 
(Cath.) 



FENNSTLVANU 

Pittslmrg.— 533,905. 

Bisel, Geo. T., Co., 426 Diamond St. 

Boggs & Buhl, 591 Federal St., N. S. 

Catholic Supply Co., Fulton Bldg. 

Davis, R. S., &: Co., 441 Wood St. 

Eaton & Mains, 105 5th Ave. 

Hays, Harrison J., 6016 Penn. Ave. 

Henrici, Jacob, 6126 Penn. Ave. 

Herget, F. C, 618 Smithfield St. (German) 

Home, Joseph Co., 6th & Penn. Sts. (D. S.) 

Kaufmann Bros., Smithfield St. & 5th Ave. 
(D. S.) 

Kirner, F. M., 506 Wylie Ave. (Catholic) 

Levi, Edw. E., 900 Liberty St. (S-h.) 

Marohnic, John, 1420 E. Ohio St., N. S. 

Mounts, Melvin W., 602 Wylie Ave. (S.h.) 

Pittsburg News Co. 

Presbyterian Book Store, 202 Fultion Bldg. 

Rogers, John, 224 Federal St., N. S. 

Rovnianek, P. V., & Co., 612 Grant St. (Slo- 
vak) 

Staley, Roman. 

United Presbyterian Board of Pub., 211 9th St 

Weinberger, Eugene, k Co., 11 14 Forbes St. 
(Himgarian) 

Wildin, J. R., & Co., 420 Wood Ave. 

Wolff, Lydia C, 450 4th Ave. (Law) 

X'hoenizville. — 10,743. 

Keely, H. D. 
0*Neil, M. 

X>itt8ton.~z6,267. 

Addyman, F. H. 
Andrews, C. R. 
Gompert k Co. 
Trumbower, Chas. K. 
Walsh, Mrs. Anna T. 

nymooth. — 16,996. 

Davenport, A. Livingstone. 
Rowland, W. E. 

Pottstown.— 15,599. 

Achatz, Wm. E. 

Custer, Horace A. 

Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart. (D. S.) 

Evans, Abner. (Est. of) 

Pottsville.— 20,236. 

Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart. (D. S.) 
Spannuth, J. £., 348 Front St. 
Wildermuth, Chas. W. 
Womarth, Arthur R. 

Reading.— 96,071. 

Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart. (D. S.) 

Hintz, J. Geo. 

Lord & Gage. (D. S.) 

Miller, Jas. H. 

Pilger Publishing House. 

Whitney, C. K., k Co. 

Scranton. — z 29,867. 

Carroll, Lucy L., 431 Linden St. 
Carroll & Co. 
Clarke Bros. (D. S.) 
Cleland & Simpson Co. (D. S.) 
Long's Jonas, Sons. (D. S.) 



(Cath.) 



30s 



AMERICAN LIBRARY ANNUAL 



PENNSYLVANIA 
Scranton. 

Reisman Bros., 405 Spruce St. 

Stiick, Emil H.« 128 Washington Ave. (S-h.) 

Technical Supply Co. (Educa.) 

Wilcox, Anna J., The Book Shop, 6zo Linden 

St. 

Shamokin.— 19,588. 

Lewis, W. H. 
Smink, W. H. R. 

Shenandoah. — 25,774. 

Hooks, & Brown. 
Mellet, M. 
PorU, F. J. 

Sooth Betiilefaem. — 19,973. 

Hoffman, C. P., & Co. (D. S.) 

Koch, Peter O. 

Supply Co., Ltd. (D. S.) 

Steelton.~Z4,a46. 
Fairlamb, R. V. 

Tamaqua. — 9,462. 

Amand, A. B. 
Bensinger, David. 



(D. S.) 



Titis8yille.~8,533. 
Cohen & Oakleaf . 



Towanda.— 4,281 . 

Boyle, Geo. H. 

Dickens Book Shop, C. L. Felton. 

Uoioiitown. — 13,344. 
Beeson, Harry. 

Warren. — z z ,080. 

Davis, A. A., & Co. 
Fouch, A. J., & Co. 
Scott, Frank R. 
Warren News Co. 

Washington.— z8,778. 

Reed, C. M. 
Smith, F. J. 

West Chester.— z z ,767. 

Buckman, Thos. L. 
El dredge, B. S. 
Irwin, D. W. 
Ladd & Son. 
Rupert, Mary E. 

West Newton.— 2380. 
Gordon, L. P. 

Willdnsburg. — z8,924. 
Rice, C. B. 

'^KHlkesbarre. — 67,105. 

Fowler, Dick & Walker. (D. S.) 
Klipple, Edgar L. 
Long's, Jonas, Sons. (D. S.) 
McConnell, Charles F. (Educa.) 
Madden, John C. (Sta.) 
Puckey, Wm., & Bro. 



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FBimSTLVANU 

Williamsport— 3x36o. 

Bush & Bull Co. (D. S.) 

Otto, Horace Y. 

Siess, Wm. C. 

Stearn, L. L. & Sons, 301 Pine St. 

Updegraff Co. 

Wilhelm, John A. 

Wolf, Geo. B. 

Wood, Bert. 

York.— 44i750. 

Adams, H. C. & Co. 
Bamhart, Henry C. 
Briggs, Oram T. 
Gross, L. P. (D. S.) 
Keller, Edw. H. 
Knauff k Co. (Sta.) 
McLean, J., & Sons. (D. S.) 
Small, Wm. (Educa.) 
Wiest's Sons P. (D. S.) 
Welsh, Wm. H. (S-h.) 



PHILIPPINE ISLANDS 

Manila,— 219,928. 

Agenda Editorial, 44 Calle Carriedo. 

Bren, R., Beaterio and Magallanes. 

CastUlo, v., 132-134 Escolta. 

Cribe, L., loi Calle Crespo, Quiapo. 

Edgar John R. & Co., 143 Escolta. 

Fajardo, Tuan, loi Calle Carriedo. 

Kemlein k Johnson, 64-66 Escolta. 

Libreria Asuncion, (A. Soriano, Prop.) Plasa 
Calderon de la Barca, Binondo. 

Libreria Colon, 20 Escolta. 

Libreria Santo Tomas (owned by the Domin- 
ican Order), 139 Santo Tomas. 

McCullough E. C. & Co., Plaza Goiti. 

Manila Filatelica (R. Garcia, Prop.), 459 
Soler, Santa Cruz. 

Martinez, J., 34-36 Plaza Moraga. 

Morales, I. R., 11-13 Plaza Miranda, Quiapo. 

Philippine Education, 90 Escolta. 



RHODE ISLAND 

Central Falls.— 32,754. 
Langeoin, J. 

Newport— 27,149. 

Boston Store. 

Carr, Geo. W. 

Clarke, Est. of Wm. P. Jr. 

Hart, Simon. 

Stacy, Albert A. 



Pawtucket.— 51,622. 

Boston Store. (D. Harley Co.) (D. S.) 

Freeman, E. L. Co. 

Shartenberg & Robinson Co. (D. S.) 

Providence. — 224,326. 

Bargain Book Store, 6ia Westminster St. (S-h.) 
Callender, McAusIan a Troup Co. (D. S.) 
College Book Store. 
Gallup, A. E., 852 Broad St. (S-h.) 
Gauthier, Mark. (Church Goods) 



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AMERICAN LIBRARY ANNUAL 



RHODE ISLAND 
Providence. 

Gregory, Harry, ii6 Union St. 
Feeley, W. J., Co. (D. S.) 
Eddy, A. E., loo Gallup St. (S-h.) 
Hayden, T. F. & T. J., 92 Weybosset St. 
McCahey, James H., 54 Snow St. (Cir. Lib.) 
Norburg & Co., 472 Westminister St. (Swed- 
ish) 
Preston & Rounds Co. 

Rhode Island News Co., 139 Westminister St. 
Shepard Co. (D. S.) 
Talley, Jos. M., 512 Westminster St. (Cath.) 



Westerly. — 8,696. 

Hislop, J. &., Co. 
i Opie, J. P. Co. 
Stillman, Orville. 

Woonsocket. — ^38, 1 25. 

Flynn, J. F. 
Harris h Morey Co. 
Lally, F. M. 
Preston, W. S. 



(D. S.) 



SOUTH CAROLDf A 

Anderson.— 9,654. 

Faut, R., & Bro. 

Ourleston.— 58,833. 

Hammond, Isaac, 10 Broad St. 

Legerton's Book Store. 

Lighthart, John F. 

McRelvie, T. A., & Co., 393 King St. 

Murphy, F. J. 

Riccke, W. G. 

Seabrook, I. D. (S-h.) 

Columbia. — 26,3x9. 

Bryan, R. L., Co. 
Duffie, W. J., & Co. 
Sute Co., The. 

Greenville.— 15,741. 

Felton, H. J. 
Houston, W. H., & Bro. 

Laurens. — ^4,818. 
Palmetto Drug Co. 

Orangeburg.— 5,906. 
Sims, J. L. 

Spartanburg.- 17,517- 

Du Pre, Warren Bookstore. 
Palmetto Bookstore. 



Sumter.— 8,109. 

Knight Bros. 



SOUTH DAKOTA 



Aberdeen.— 10,753. 

Gubin Bros. 
Olwin, Angell, Co. 
Salisbury, S. M., & Bro. 
Scbram, O. F. 
Woodward, A. A. 




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DIRECTORY OF BOOKSELLERS 



SOUTH DAKOTA 

Brodkhigs. — 3,g7x . 
Kendall, C. D. 

Lead. — 8,393. 

Alsip, R. 
Blodgett Bros. 
Perkins, W. B., Jr. 

Mitchell.— 6,5x5. 

Diehl & Brown. (D. S.) 

Ferris, J. H. 

Scallin Bros. 

Theatre Pharmacy. (Drugs.) 

Rapid City.— 3,854. 
McNamara, J. J. 

Sioux Falls. — 14,094. 

Cataract Book & Sta. Co. 
Christenson & Dempster Co. 
Simons, W. H. 

Vennillion. — 2,187. 
Lotze, C. F. 

Yankton.— 3i787« 
Brecht, F. A. 
Livingston Bros. 



TENNESSEE 

Bristol. — 71I48. 

Bimn & Co. (News) 
Caldwell-Sites Co. 
Kemble-Cochran Co., Inc. 

Chattanooga.— 44,604. 

Andrews Book & Staty. Co. 
Loveman, D. B., & Co. (D. S.) 
Miller Bros., Co., (D. S.) 
Payne, T. H., & Co. 
Treat, C. W. (Rare) 

Clarksville.— 8,548. 

Askew, Coulter & Owen Drug Co. 
Dickson-Sadler Co. 
Lokert & Askew. 
Lockert & Co. 

Fayetteville.— 3,439* 
Dance & Street Co. 
McKinney Bros. 

Jackson.— i5,77Q« 
Christian Index & Book Concern. 

Jackson Book & Sta. Co. 
,yerla, D. A. 

Knozville.— 36,346. 

Doll & Co. 

Howard, M. 

Newcomer, M. M., & Co. (D. S.) 



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AMSRICAN LIBRARY ANNUAL 



ibnubsseb 

Memphis. — X3X»xo5. 

Clarke, £. H., & Bro. 
Bry-BIoch Mercantile Co. (D. S.) 
Goldsmith J. & Sons. Co. (D. S.) 
Isaacs Book Exchange. (S-h.) 
Mansford, R. M., Inc., 26 S. Main St. 
Taylor, A. R., Co. 

Nashville. — x xo»364. 

Am. Baptist S. S. Union. 

Bull, Claud J., Co. 

Castner-Knott Co. (D. S.) 

Cumberland Presbyterian Pub. House, 150 

N. Cherry St. 
Goodpasture Book Co. (S-h.) 
Hunter, Paul, 13 Arcade. (N. & S-h.) 
Marshall & Bruce Co. (Law) 
Milb, R. M. Book Store, 623 Church St. 
National Baptist Publishing Board. 
Smith & Lamar. 
Standard Book Company. 
Zibart Bros. • 

TEXAS 
Atsstin.— 39,860. 

Fontaine-Bickler Book Store. 
Gammell's Book Store. 
Scarbrough & Hicks. (D. S.) 
Tobins Book Store. 
Ward, T. W. 

Beaumont — ^20»6o4. 

T. L. Cook's Book Store. 

Hicks, D. T. 

Nathan's Dry Goods Store. (D. S.) 

Szafir, E. & §on Co. 

Helton.— 4,164. 

Hunter & Freeman. 

Brownsville.— xo,5X7. 
Webster-Hennessy Co. 

Clebome. — xo,364. 

Cyrus & Cyrus. (Drugs) 
Foster Fain Drug Co. 

Corpus Christi.— 8,223. 

Ward, James Wl. 

Corsicana. — 9,749. 

City Book Store. 
Nicol, W. H. 

Dallas. — 93,104. 

Bryant, C. A. & Co. 

Doolittle Simpson Co. (D. S.) 

Tones Book Co., Inc., 1530 Main St. 

Robert B. J. Book Co., 18x5 Main St. 

Sanger Bros. (D. S.) 

Smith & Lamar. 

Southern School Book Depository. (Educa.) 

Texas News Co., Edw. C. McClair, Mgr. 

Texas School Book Depository, Hugh Perry, 

Prop. (Educa.) 
Titche-Goettinger Co. (D. S.) 
Thomson & Bracey. 
Van Winkle, J. D., 1931 Main St. (Educa.) 



310 



DIRECTORY OF BOOKSELLERS 



TEXAS 
Deiiiaofi.-^x3,36a. 

Puckett, T. M., & Co. 
Yeidel & Son. 

SI Pmo.— 39,379. 

Curran, P. H. 

Diaz & Co., J. R. 

ElweU, M. £. 

Fddman, Fred J. 

Gammel Pub. Co. 

International Book & Sta. Co. 

Ward., T. W. 

Port Worth.— 73,3X3. 

Barnes, Lee A. 

Boaz, T. J. 

Conner, H. N., & Co. 

Fair, The, F. T. B. Schennerhom. (D. S.) 

Green, James F. (S-h.) 

Lyon Book Store. 

Galveston.— 361981 . 

Cretin, L. L., & Co. 
Dafemer, Chas. 
Ohlendorf , Fred. 
Purdy Bros., Book & Sta. Co. 

Hotiston.— 78,800. 

Bottler Bros., 410 Main St. 
Parrish Book k Stat. Co. 
Pillot, T., Co., 409 Main St. 
Rutledge, L., Co., 1014 Prairie Ave. 
Teetshorn Co., 1009 Congress Ave. 

HuntsvUle.— 3,773. 
King, Robt. J. 

Kerrville.— 1,843. 

Carpenter, W. C. & Co. 

Ltredo.— 14,855. 

Laredo Drug Co. 
Randolph, D. H. 
Saft, A. 
Sonora News Co. 

Marshall.— X 1,453. 

Fry-Hodge Drug Co. 
Lake, W. E. 



». — 10,483. 

Durr, Louis, & Son. 
Swift, W. E. 

Paris. — XX ,369. 
Bedford, S. L. Book Co. 

San Antonio.— 96,6x4. 

Dullnig Printing Co. 

Toske Bros. Co. (D. S.) 

Moos, Henry A. 

Tengg, Nic. 

Wolff & Marx Co. (D. S.) 

Wolfson, Saul, Dry Goods Co. (D. S.) 

Sherman. — x 3,4X 3. 

Oliphant, S. H. 
Reynolds Parker Co., Ltd. 
Sanders, S. D. 



3" 



AMERICAN LIBRARY ANNUAL 



TEXAS 

Tezarluuuu— 9,790. 

Presbyterian Committee of Pubn. 
Ragland, J. S. 

Tyler.— 10,400. 

Bryan, R. E. 

Chenot, W. £.,511 Franklin St. 

Waco.— 26435. 

Brown-Franklin Co. 

French, Morris. 

Goldstein & Migtel. (D. S.) 

Hertz Bros. 

Smith, Norman H., & Co. 

Waulfe & Co. 

UTAH 
Logan.— 7,523. 

Wilkinson & Son. 
Ritter Bros. Drug Co. 

Ogden.— 35,580. 

Kind, W. G. 

Spargo Book k Sta. Co., F. Scriver, Mgr. 

Utah Stationery Co. 

Provo.— 8,925. 

Gray, W. H., & Co. 
Provo Book & Sta. Co. 
Sutton, A. D. 



Salt Lake City.— 92,777. 

Banner Book Store, W. L. Baynes, Mgr. 

Callahan, D. A., 104 Main St. (S-h.) 

Children's Friend. 

Deseret News Book Store. 

Deseret S. S. Union Book Store 

Horton Book & Sta. Co. 

Moon, C. E. 

McMillan Paper & School Supply Co. (Educa.) 

Moon Book & Sta. Co. 

O. & N. Book Shop, W. L. Morgan, Mgr., xo 

£. Second South St. (Sch.) 
Shepard Book Co., 273 S. SUte St. (S-h.) 
University of Utah Book Dept. 



VERMONT 
Barre.— 10,734. 

Harris, W. Frank, 161 N. Main St. 



Brattleboro.— 6,517. 

Clapp & Jones. 
Geddis, W. R. 

Burlington.— 20,468. 

Bessey, C. H. 
Boston Store. 
Shanley, Hobart J., & Co. 

Montpelier. — 7,856. 

Bus well, Chas. F. 

Rutland. — 13,546. 

Carbine, John J. 
Chalmers, George E, 
Tuttle Co, 



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VERMONT 



St Johnsbury.— 6,693. 

Randall & Whitcomb. 
Stiles, Don C. 



vmGmu 

Alexandria. — 159329. 

Bell's, Robert, Sons. 
Came, R. L., & Co. 
Dyson, S. F. & Bro. 
Knight, R. E. 

Bristol. — 9,850. 

Blanchard, F. T., & Co. 
Bunn & Co. 
Caldwell-Sites Co. 
Kemble-Cochran Co. 



Chariottesville.— 6,765. 

Anderson Bros. (University Book Stofe) 
Brechin, A. C, & Son. 
Jarman, Jas. E. 
Olivier's Book Store. 

Danyille. — 19,020. 

Boatwright Bros. Co. 
Parker, J. F. & Son. 

Fredericksburg. — 5,874. 

Adams, J. W. 
Kishpaugh, Robt. A. 

Leesburg.— 1,597. 
Jackson & Pleasants. 

Lynchburg. — 29,494. 

Bell, J. P., Co., Inc. 
Ryan, W. B., & Co. 

Newport News. — 20,205. 

Abbe, Jas. E., Co. 

Meyer Bros. (D. S.) 

Morton, Mrs. Alice W., 3817 Washington Ave. 

Turner & Downing. 

Norfolk. — 67,452. 

Atlantic Book Store. 
Brouellet, P. H. (Educa.) 
MiUer-Rhoades & Schwartz. (D. S.) 
Nusbaum Book & Art Co. 
Nusbaum Book & News Co. 
Scott, Walter E. (S-h.) 
Shaffer's Bk. & Sta. Co. 
Vickery & Co. 
Watt, Rettew & Clay, Inc. (D. S.) 

Petersburg. — 24,127. 
Beckwith, T. S., & Co. 

Portsmouth.— 33,190. 

Anderson, Jos. J. 
Virginia Stationery Co. 

Richmond. — 1 27,628. 

Bell Book & Sta. Co. 
Cohen Co. (D. S.) 
Colonial Society, Box 343. 
Harding, Robt. Co. 



(Rare) 



313 



AMBRICAN LIBRARY ANNUAL 



VIRGINIA 
Ridunond. 

Hartung, A. 

Hunter & Co. 

McBain, Georae. (D. S.) 

Miller & Rhades, Inc. (D. S.) 

Presbyterian Committee of Publication. 

Richmond News Co. 

Smith & Lamar, Agts., 900 E. Broad St. 

Whitty, M. A., 1400 Brook Road. (S-h.) 

Roanoke.— 34,874. 

Caldwell-Sites Co. 

China, Art & Book Store, Inc. 

Gooch-Crosby Co. 

Watt, Rettew & Clay. (D. S.) 

Sttunton. — 10,604. 

Beverly Book Co. 
McClure Co., The. 

So. Meth. Book Depository, E. B. Lipscomb, 
Sec. 



WASHINGTON 

BeUingham.— 24,298. 

Selby, J. N., & Co. 
Sherman Book Store. 
Union Printing Co. 

BTorett.— 243x4* 
Bridgham, M. H. 
Dearie, (Percy), & Co. 
Haws, F. B. 
Hill, Adam. 
Shaw & Hodgins. 
Springer, R. 

Mount Vernon.— 2,381. 

Hartson, Geo. E. 
Kimball, Chas. D., & Son. 
Ropes, Wm. B. 



North Yakima.— 14,082 

Keene, D. N. 

01ympiA.-^,996. 

Mottman Mercantile Co. 
O'Connor, M. 

Pullman.— X 2,602. 
Clark & Co. 

Seattle.- 237,194. 

Archway Book Store, F. B. Wilson, Prop., 334 

Pike St. 
Book Collectors Club, 115 33d Ave. 
Kaufer Church Goods Co., 1x33 3d^ Ave. 

(Catholic) 
Lane, Clarance C, 308 Union St. 
Linholm Book & Sta. Store, cor. X4th Ave. 

N. E. & E. 43d St. 
Lowman & Hanford Co., 616 ist Ave. 
Mooney, O. P., Co. 
Morck, Wm., 1323 ist Ave. 
NordhoS & Co., Bon March6, 3d Ave. & Pike. 

(D. S.) 
Raymer's Old Book Store, 1533 First Ave. 

(S-h.) 
Rheinlander, Gustav, 1335 First Ave. (Foreign) 



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WASHINGTGN 
Seatde. 

Rhodes Co. (The). 13 a i ad Ave. 
Seattle Law Book Co., 831 Central Bldg. 
Shaw, Geo. C. 

Shorey, S. F., 3d & Cherry. (S-h.) 
Stanley, A. J., 809 3d Ave. 
Tucker, J. £., Agt. (Med. & Sci.) 
University Book Store, Percy Dearie, Mgr. 
Wilson McVey Co., 104 Occidental St. Sta. 

Spokane. — 104,403. 

Feise, Henry. (S-h.) 
Graham, John W., & Co. 
Knight, Rebecca. 
Raymer's Old Book Store. 
Spokane Book & Sta. Co. 
Spokane Dry Goods Co. (D. S.) 
Wilcox & Haydon, 1420 N. Monroe St. 
Wonder Dept. Store. (D. S.) 

Tcconuu— 83,743. 

Cole's Bookshop. 767 S. C. St. 

Kaufer, P. A. (Cath.) 

Neyhart & Co., Frank A. 

Rhodes Bros., Inc. (D. S.) 

Rosenberg, Chas., 722 Pacific Ave. 

Southworth, R. W. £., 4408 Stevens St. (Med. 

& Sci.) 
Vaughan & Morrill Co., 926 Pacific Ave. 
Visell & Ekberg, 1308 Pacific Ave. 

Walla Walla.— 19,364. 

Levy, Fannie. (Mrs. J. A.) 

The Book Nook, Thompson & Crecelius, Props. 

Walla Walla Book & Su. Co. 



WEST VIRGINIA 

Charleston. — 22,996. 

Foote, Arthur R., & Co. 
Moore, S. Spencer, & Co. 
Warwick, Barrett & Shipley Co. 



(D. S.) 



Charleston-Kanawha. 
Coffey, C. I. 



Clarksburg. — 9,201 . 

James & Law Co. 
Nusbaum, I., & Son. 
Parson-Souders Co. (D. S.) 



Fairmont. — 9,71 1. 

Globe Book Store, A. G. Kinkead. 
Hartley, J. M., & Son. (D. S.) 
Marion News Co., J. N. Chilson, Mgr. 
Martin, A. G., Co. 

Grafton. — 7,563. 

Hickman, J. F. 
Loar & Hendrickson. 

Huntington. — 31,161. 

Chase, E. W. 
Gallick, Joseph R. 
Hoffman, H. G. (News) 
Kiger, F. A., & Co. 



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AMERICAN LIBRARY ANNUAL 



WEST VIRGINIA 

Morgantown. — 99150. 

Acme Dept. Store. 

Greek Lamp Book Shop, F. A. Creswell. 

Parkerslmrg. — 17,842. 

Boreman, W. I. (Drugs) 
Colton, G. H., Co. 
Dils Bros. & Co. (D. S.) 
Moss, H. P., Book Store Co. 

Wheeling. — 41,641. 

Freese, J. Elmer. 

Graves^ Joseph, Son. 

Kletzly, L. B. 

Perry Sta. Co., 39 12th St. 

Quimby, C. H. 

Stone & Thomas Co. (D. S.) 



WISCONSIN 

Appleton.— 16,773. 

Conkey, P. M., & Co. 
Pettibone Peabody Co. 
Thomas, G. W. 
Thoms Book Store. 

Ashland.— 1 1 ,594. 

Chappie, Jos. M. & Co. 
Donnelly, E. 

Beloit.— 15,125. 

Gates, E. M. 

Pollock, D. H. (Drugs) 

Still, C. A. 

Eau Claire. — 18,310. 

Eau Claire Book & Sta. Co. 

Fond Du Lac— 18,797. 

Bristol, Miss E. G. 

Burnton, John W. 

Fond Du Lac School Supply Co. 

Huber Bros. (Drugs) 

O'Brien Dry Goods Co. (D. S.) 

Green Bay.— 25,236. 

Basche, F. W., & Son. (Educa.) 

Eckhardt Bros. 

Wink & Raster. (Church) 

JanesYille. — 13,894. 

Skelly, W. J., 107 Milwaukee St. 
Sutherland, J., & Sons. 

Kenosha, — 21,371. 

Grosvenor, Mrs. Eliz. 
O'Brien, Miss E. A. 
Robinson, W. H. 

La Crosse. — 30,417. 

Doerfinger, Wm. Co. (D. S.) 
Evans, E. J. 
Hoeschler Bros. 
Huntoon Book & Sta. Co. 
La Crosse News Co. 
Noelke, C. B. 
Weis, Chas. L. 



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WISCONSIN 

Madison.— 35,531. 

Burrows, Rose. 
College Book Store, Inc. 
Moseley, Jas. E. 
University Co-operative Co. 

Manitowoc. — 139027. 

Fechter, C. F. 

La Crosse, A. J., Inc. 

Schmidtman's Theo., Sons Co. 

Marinette. — 14,610. 

Lauerman Bros. (D. S.) 
Smith, Wm. R. 

Milwaukee.— 373,857. 

Boston Store (E. Higgins), 321 Grand Ave. 
Brumder, Geo., Book Dept., Germania Bldg. 

(German) 
Brunnquell, Paul, 531 3 2d St. 
Caspar, C. N., Co., 437 E. Water St. (S-h.) 
Des Forges, Geo., W. & Co., 412 Broadway. 
Diedrich-Schaefer Co., 413 Broadway. (Cath.) 
Espenhain Dry Goods Co. (D. S.) 
Gimbel Bros., 3 Grand Ave. (D. S.) 
Gray, T. S., Co., 104 Wisconsin St. 
Hammond Pub. Co. 

Kroeger Bros., National & First Ave. (D. S.) 
National Book Co., 407 Grand Ave. (Scientific 

& Educa.) 
Niedecken, H., Co., 337-343 E. Water St. 

(Educa.) 
Richter Bros. 

Schuster, Ed. & Co., Inc. (D. S.) 
South Side Book Store, 274 Grove St. 
Thielecke & Biersach, 315 3d St. (Foreign) 
Wisconsin Book & Sta. Co., A. Hunn, Mgr. 

no Wisconsin St. 
Wisconsin News Co., 379 E Water St. 
Young Churchman Co., 484 Milwaukee St. 

(Church Goods.) 

Oshkosh.— 33,062. 

Huhn, Jaques.. 

Hum, John M. 

Manzer, O. H. 

Plummer, F. A., Inc. (D. S.) 

Ryckman, Alfred D. 

Racine. — 38,002. 

Botsford & Wooster. 
Hay, W. J. & E. 
White, Stella H. 

Ripon.— 3,739. 
Burnside, E. J. 

Sheboygan. — 26,398. 

Prange, H. C, Co. (D. S.) 
Roenitz Drug Co. 
Thieman, F. W. (Drugs) 
Zimmerman, E. F. W. 

Steven's Point— 8,692. 

French, Campbell, & Co. 
McCulloch, H. D., Co., Ltd. (D. S.) 



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WISCONSIN 

Superior.— 40,384. 

Chamberlain, J. F., Co. 
Lightbody-Wingate Co. 
Russell Bros. 

Watertown.— 8,829. 
Ryan, John T. 

WaukethA. — 8,740. 

Carroll College Book Store, L. 0. Erickson, 
Mgr. 

Wauaaw.— 16,560. 

Rohde, Julius. 
Wilson, G. W. 

WYOBfING 

Cheyeime. — 1 1 ,320. 

Barry Bros. 

Logan, L. W. (Mrs. E. A.) 
McCormick & Gilmore Co. 
Trump & Moore. 

Laramie.— 8,337. 

Barry Bros. 
Laramie Book Co 

Sheridan. — 8,408. 

Brown, Geo. W. (Drugs) 
Cofteen, Herbert. (Sta.) 
Brown Book & Sta. Store. 



CUBA 
Havana.— 297,159. 

Wilson's International Book Store, S. T. 
Soiloso, 52 Obisp. 

MEXICO 

Guadalajara.— 1 18,799. 

Sonora News Co. 

Mexico City.— 470,659. 

American Book & Printing Co., Hoeck, F. P., 

Mgr., 3a San Francisco St. 
Aztec, Tre, Calle Gante, 8. 
Blake's Book Store. 

Blue Book Store, Calle 2a de Septiembre. 
Connor, S. S. 
Sonora News Co. 

San Luis Potosi.- 82,946. 

Sonora News Co. 

Monterey. — 81 ,006. 
Sonora News Co. 

CANADA 
Barrie. — Ont., 

Scott, Walter. 

Belleville, Ont. — 10,000. 

Green, A. L. 
London, J. W. 
Robinson, Albert. 
Scantlebury, C. B. 



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DIRECTORY OF BOOKSELLERS 



CANADA 

Berlin, Ont— 13,000. 

Becker, W. H., & Co. 
Bender, J. P. 
Clark Bros. 
Neville, J. E. 
Weaver, F. I., & Co. 
Wiegand, John. 

Brandon, Man. — 12,500. 

Christie's Book Store. 
Finlay, \V. A. 
Warner's Ltd. 

Brantford, Ont — 20,000. 

Mallagh, W. J. F. 
Robarts, J. C. 
Stedman Bros. 
Sutherland, J. L. 

BrockvOle. Ont,~8,940. 

Coles Nat'l. Mfg. Co. 
Copeland, J. S. 
Greene, J., & Co. 
Morrison, Geo. W. 
Ritchie, F. J. 
Robinson, A. 
Wright, Robt., & Co. 

Calgary, Alberta. — 23,000. 

Linton Bros. 
Osborne, F. E. 
Pearson, A. E. 
Wilson, L. C. 
Young, & Kennedy, Ltd. 

Charlottetown, N. B.— 
Mitchell, C. J. 

Charlottetown, P. E. L — xa,ooo. 

Carter & Co., Ltd. 
Haszard & Moore. 
Ritchie, G. E. 
Taylor, Jas. D. 

Chatham, Ont — 9,800. 

Cooper, Robert. 

Parrott, Lindsay S., 34 King St. 

Sulman, G. W. 

CoUingwood, Ont — 
Brown, E. S. 

Dawson City, Y. T.— 

Zaccorrelli, J, 

Edmonton, Alberta. — ao,ooo. 

Bruegmann, Lydia. 

Douglas Co., Ltd. 

Little, A. R. (Fancy Goods) 

Mackenzie, K. W. 

Smith, A. C. 

Young, D. J., & Co. 

Fraserville. P. Q.— 
Mercier & Co. 



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AMERICAN LIBRARY ANNUAL 



CANADA 



Fredericton, N. B. — 7,000. 

Cropley, Henry A. 

Hall, Chas. W. 

McMurray Book & Sta. Co. 

Galty Ont. — 10,000. 

Ballantyne, Thos. 
Chappie, F. H. 
Coulthard & Co. 
Cumming, E. W. 
Edwards, A. M. 

Glace Bay, N. S.— 15,000. 

McLeod, A. M. 
McLeod, C. & J. 
McNeill, C. F. 

Goderich, Ont.— 4,500. 

Butler, John. 
Porter, Geo. 

Guelph, Ont.— 13,500. 

Anderson, C, & Co. 
Nelles, Chas. L. 
Scott & Tierney. 

Halifax, N. 8.-50,000. 

AUen, T. C, & Co. 

British American Book & Tract Depos. 

Connolly, John L. 

Davidson, L. Clyde, & Co. 

Davis, T. W. 

Day, J. W. 

Findlay, J. R. 

Griffin, John P. 

Heustis, F. S. 

Mackinlay, A. & W., Ltd., 135-7 Granville St. 

Methodist Book Room. 

Morton & Co. 

Nickerson, Miss Lizzie. 

Smith's Book Store. 

Hamilton, Ont— 70,000. 

Cloke & Son. 
Duncan, R., & Co. 
French, Thomas. 
Gay, John B. 
Greig, A. 
McArthur, J. 
Midgley, Geo. B. 
Mills, Stanley & Co. 
Robinson, G. W. Co. 
Tumbull, A. C. 
Ward, W. J. 

Harbor Grace, N. F. — xa,ooo» 

Victoria Book Store, Water St 

Harriston, Ont — 
Brisbin, W. F. 

IngersoU, Ont. — 5,000. 

Geo. Wood & Co. 

Kenora, Ont. — 
Johnson, J. 



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DIRECTORY OP BOOKSELLERS 



CANADA 



KIsgBtoii, Ont— 18,000. 

College Book Store. 
McAuley, Thomas. 
McDermott Bros. 
Nisbet, Frands. 
Uglow, Richard, & Co. 



Ont— 7,500. 

Henley Bros. 
Little, George A. 
Porter, Robert S. 

London, Ont— 48,500. 

Anderson, Jas. I., & Co. 
Boyle, E. W. (Educa.) 
Carrie, W. L. 

Hambly's Stationery Store. 
Homes, W. W. 
Mallagh, W. J. F. 
Mills, John. 
Poure, T. (S-h.) 
Si! ton & Co. 
Weld, Wm. Co. 

Moncton, N. B. — 9,000. 

City Book Store. 
Central Book Store. 
Colpitts, R. R. 
Tweedie, Hattie. 

Montreal, Que.— 327,000. 

Ashford, C, 340 Dorchester St., W. 

Bible House, 74 Union Ave. 

Brown-Foster Co., Ltd., 43a St. Catherine St., 

. Cadieux & Derome (La Compagnie), iS-ao 

Notre Dame, W, 
Cambridge Corporation, Ltd. 
Chapman, Alfred T., 5x3 and 859 St.Catherine 

St., W. 
Deom, Freres, 47 St Catherine St., E. (Med. 

& Sci.) 
Fabre & Gravel, 31 Notre Dame, E. 
Gandefroy, A., 9 Notre Dame, E. (Church 

Goods) 
Geroux, N., 29 Notre Dame, W. 
Grafton, F. E., & Son, 227 Notre Dame, W. 
Granger, Freres, 43 Notre Dame, W., and 309 

St. Paul St. 
Gratton, J. G., 682 St. Catherine St., E. 
Henderson, J. T., 142 Peel St. 
Librairie Beaucheman, 256 St. Paul St. 
Librairie Nationale, 78a St. Devis St. (S-h.) 
Michaels, Morris. (Windsor Hotel) 
Montgomery Ross & Co. 
Montreal Book Room, 298 Catherine St., W. 
Montreal News Co., Ltd., 386 St. James St., 

W., J. R. Tanquay, Mgr. 
Morgan, Henry, & Co., Colonial House. (D. S) 
Phelan, F. E., 437 St. Catherine St., W. 
Picken, Ebenezer, 33 Beaver Hill. 
Rea, A. E., Ltd. 

Sadlier, D. & J., 13 Notre Dame, W. 
Scroggie, W. H., Ltd., St. Catherine & Peel Sts. 

(D. S.) 
Waters, David, 494 St. James St. (S-h.) 
Wilson & Lafleur, 17 St. James St. (Law) 



321 



AMERICAN LIBRARY ANNUAL 



CANADA 



Moose Jaw, Que. — 9,000. 

Copling, £. L. 
Moosejaw Drug & Sta. Co. 
Nixon, D. C. 
Westwood Sta. Co. 

Nelson, B. C. — 6,000. 

Canada Drug & Book Co., Ltd. 
Poole Drug Co. 
Thomson, W. G. 



New Westminster, B. C. — 9,000. 

Gaskell, Odium & Stabler. 
Morey, H., & Co. 
Thomson Statonery Co. 

Niagara Falls, Ont— 4,500. 

Buckley, W. H. 
Newport, J. A. 

Nasaimo, B. C. — 6,500. 

Jepson Bros. 
Pimbury, E. & Co. 

New Glasgow, N. S.— 

MacLean, James & Son. 
Torry, W. H. 

Orillia, Ont— 
Smith, R. O., Co. 

Ottawa, Ont— Bo,ooo. 

Bryson, Graham & Co. (D. S.) 

Fotheringham & Popham. (Fancy Goods) 

Guillaume, P. C. (Sta.) 

Gulbrandsen, L. (Sta.) 

Hope, Jas., & Son. 

Jarvls, A. H. (Sta.) 

Kilt. J. G. (News) 

National Limited. (Wholesale) 

Ogilvy, Jas. (Geo. F. Abbott, Mgr.) 

Kea, A. E. &. Co., Ltd. 

Rcid, J. B. (News) 

Stephens, C. R. 

Thorburn, C. H. 

Owen Sound, Ont— 10,750. 

Edgar, R. J., & Co. 
Fleming, R. H. 
Ireland, W. K., & Co. 

Paris, Ont. 

Brown, J. & Sons. 

Pembroke, Ont. 

Mitchell, S. E. 

Peterboro, Ont.— 15,000. 

Cubitt, F. C. 
Soden, R. J. 
Stratton, A. H., & Co. 
Trebilcock Bros. 

Pictou, N. S.— 3,200. 
MacLean, Jos. & Sons. 

Portage La Prairie, Man.— ^,000. 

Major, Arnold & Co. 
Sweet, Theo. & Co. 



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CANADA 

Port Ardmr, Ont— zo«ooo. 

Arthur, Wm. H. 
Lowry, S. M. 

Prince Albert, Sask.— 5,500. 

Baker, G. W. 
Merritt, J. R. 

Quebec. — 70,000. 

Cambridge Corporation. 
Evoy, P. J. 
Filteau, J. O. 

Gameau, T. P. (Church Goods) 
Langlais, J. A. & Fils. 
Moore, T. J., & Co. 
Mulrony, W. J. & G. 
Pruneau, A. O. 
Walsh, John E. 

Regina, Bask.— za,ooo. 

Canada Drug & Bk Co., Ltd. 
Salmond, G. B. 

St Catherine's, Ont.— 12,300. 

Bixby, Mrs. 
Downey, D. A. 
Fairfield, B. C, & Son. 
Keating, M. Y. 
McLoren & Co., Ltd. 

St Hyadnthe, Que. 
Richer, E. H. & Files. 

8t John, N. 3.-40,700. 

Barnes & Co. 
Floods Co. 
Gray & Richcy. 
McArthur, Albert. 
McArthur, D. 
McMiUan. J. & A. 
Nelson, E. G., & Co. 
Watson & Co. 

St John's, N. P.— 31,000. 

Ayre & Sons. 
Bowering & Co. 
Byrne, Garret, W. Water St. 
Dicks & Co., 357 W. Water St. 
Garland & Co., 357 W. Water St. 
Gray & Goodland, Water St. 
Marsh, C. L. 
Royal Stores, Ltd. 

St Thomas, Ont— 12,000. 

Coonforth, Wm. 
Gundy, C. R. 
Hay, M. G. 
McLachlin, Robt. 
Watson, Wm. 

Ont— 8,600. 

Fry, H. W. 
McCrae & Co. 
Manley, Thos. H. 
Wheatley, Thos. 



(D. S.) 



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AMERICAN LIBRARY ANNUAL 



CANADA 

Saiilt Ste. Marie, Ont— 7,000. 

Adams, C. T. 

Sault Stationers, Ltd. 

Smith, C. B., & Co. 

Soo Book Store, D. Clefte. 

Taylor, J. J. 

Wilson, Alex. 

Sherbrooke, Que. — 18,000. 

Ansell, T. F. 
Authicr, P. D. 
Fraser, £. G. 

Stratford, Ont.— ia,ooo. 

Deacon, F. B. 
Kenner, J. H. 
Patterson, H. M. 

Sydney, N. S.— 18,000. . 

Hall, Walter. 
MacAdam, Hugh. 
MacLeod, C. & G. 

Three Rivers, Que. — 14,500. 

Ayotte, P. V. 
Britten, J. W. (News) 
Dc Carufel, E. S., & Co. 

Toronto, Ont— 338,813. 

Beauhamais, Grace H. de, 43 Victoria St., 

Room 19. 
Blake, W. E., 123 Church St. (Catholic) 
Britnell, A., 248 Yonge St. (S-h.) 
Britnell, John, 230 Yonge St. (S-h.) 
Canada Law Book Co., 32 Toronto St. 
Carswell Co., Ltd., 30 Adelaide St., E. (Law) 
Carveth, J. A., & Co., 406 Yonge St. (Medical) 
Church Book Room, Ltd., 27 lUchmond St., W. 
Copp-Clark Co., Ltd., 64 W. Front St. 

(Wholesale) 
Dobson, James, 856 Yonge St. 
Eaton, T., Co., Ltd., 190 Yonge St (D. S.) 
Educational Pub. Co. 

Frowde, Henry, 25 Richmond St., W. (Whole- 
sale) 
Gage, W. J., & Co., Ltd., 83 SpadinaAve. 

(Wholesale) 
Goodwin, C. W., 217 Macdonell Ave. (Law) 
McClelland & Goodchild, 43 Adelaide St.,W. 

(Wholesale) 
McKenna, John P., 235 Yonge St. 
McLeod & Allen. (Wholesale) 
Methodist Book & Publishing House, Wm. 

Briggs, Mgr., 29 Richmond St. 
Morang, Geo. N., & Co. 
Murray, Kay & Co., 17-31 King St., E. (D. S.) 
Musson Book Co., Ltd., Victoria St. & Wilton 

Ave. (Wholesale) 
Poole, Arthur & Co., 321 Confederation Life 

Bldg. (Law) 
Simpson, Robert, Co., Ltd., x6o Yonge St. 

(D. S.) 
Standard Publishing Co., Ltd., Baptist Book 

Room, 27 Richmond St., W. 
Students' Book Dept.. Toronto University. 
Sutherland, Donald, 167 Seaton St. (S-h.) 
Sutherland, Wm., 377 Yonge St. (S-h.) 
Toronto Book Co., 307 Yonge St. (S-h.) 
Toronto News Co., Ltd., 42 Yonge St. 



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CANADA 
Toronto, Ont 

Tyrrell, Wm., ft Co., 7 King St, E. 

Upper Canada Tract Soc., 102 Yonge St. 

Vannevar & Co., 438 Yonge St. 

Warwick Bros. & Rutter, 405 King St, W. 

(Wholesale) 
Wilson, H. A., Co., Ltd. 397 Yonge St 

Tntro N« S. — 6|000« 

Crowe Bros. 
Fulton, G. O. 
Smith, Jessie C. 
SUnfield Smith Co. 

Vancoover, B. C— i>o,ooo. 

Bailey Bros., Ltd., 138 Cordova St and 540 

Granville St. 
British Columbia Book Co., Ltd., 550 Granville 

St 
Clarke & Stuart. 
Forsyth, G. S., 349 Hastings St 
Galloway, Thos., 307 Westminster St 
Gaskell, Odium & Subler. 
Lazarus, H. N., Van Couver Hotel. 
Smith Davidson & Wright. 
Spencer, D., Ltd. 
Thomson Stationery Co., Ltd., 335 Hastings 

St., W & 679 Granville St. 

l^ctoria, B. p. — ^40,000. 

Hibben, T. N., & Co., Government St 

Johnson, John. 

Knight, A. W. 

Ormond, O. B. 

Spencer, D., Ltd. 

Standard Stationery Co. 

Victoria Book & Sta. Co. 

Wilby, Wm. 

Windsor, N. S.— 3,398- 
Knowles, E. J., ft Co. 

Windsor, Ont — 13,400. 

Copeland, G. E. 
Marentette, V., ft Son. 

¥^nnepeg, Man. — 120,000. 

Clark Bros, ft Co., Ltd. (Wholesale) 

Consolidated Stationery Co., Ltd. (Whole- 
sale) 

Davis, W. A. 

Eaton, T. Co., Ltd. (D. S.) 

Frankfurter, G. (D. S.) 

Hart, John A., Co., Ltd. 

McAllister ft Watts. (Wholesale) 

Russell, Lang ft Co., Ltd. (Wholesale ft 
Retail) 



Woodstock, Ont — 9,850. 

Gooeve, Agnes. (Oxford Book Store) 
Rippon, Joseph. 
Shanly, Thomas. 
Sutherland, J. & J. 

Yarmouth, N. S. — 6,400. 

Davis, R. H., & Co. 
Vickery, Edgar J. 



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